Exhibition Floorplan

Exhibitors in stand order:

A1 - Preformed Markings
A2 - Available
A3 - Available
A4 - 20's Plenty
A5 - Rosehill Highways
B1 - Jenoptik
B2 - Available
B3 - Westcotec
B4 - Available
C1 - Rediweld
C2 - Road Safety Markings Association
C3 - MHC Traffic
C4 - Cardiff City Council
C5 - Living Streets
C6 - Available
C7 - Available

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A1 - Preformed Markings

Preformed Markings Ltd is the UK and Irelands leading supplier of PREMARK® preformed thermoplastic material. Our product can be applied to many surfaces, asphalt being the most common.

The product can also be applied to concrete and stone surfaces, by using PREMARK® Primer, when preparing the surface.

The life of our material, when correctly applied, is 10 times longer than paint.

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Rosehill Highways


A4 - 20's Plenty for Us

20's Plenty for Us is a 'not for profit' organisation and now have 400 local campaigns around the country and many of our most iconic cities in the UK have already adopted a 20mph limit for most of their streets.

We quite simply campaign for 20mph to become the default speed limit on residential and urban streets. This can be done on most streets without the need for any physical calming and we accept that on some streets it may be appropriate to have a higher limit based on the road, vulnerable road users provision, etc. But any limit above 20mph should be a considered decision based on local circumstances.

A5 - Rosehill Highways

Rosehill Highways is a market leading manufacturer of surface mounted engineered rubber highways and traffic calming products (www.rosehillhighways.com/products/).  Our innovative products are designed to be quickly and easily fixed directly to the road surface, eliminating expensive excavation and enabling you to achieve significant cost savings, while minimising disruption to traffic flow.

We offer the most complete range of products, including speed cushions, speed calmers, raised tables, traffic islands, pedestrian refuge islands, satellite islands and cycle lane delineators, helping you create low speed roads, low traffic neighbourhoods, segregated cycle lanes and much more.

Manufactured from 100% recycled tyre rubber our products are can be used as part of ongoing maintenance programmes or designed into new schemes.

Come and see us on stand A5 where we’ll be displaying our Cycle Lane Defender and Lane Separator. We’ll show you how quick and easy they are to install and demonstrate the benefits that can be achieved from adopting our products.

To arrange an appointment at the exhibition contact Clare Riley -


B1 - Jenoptik

JENOPTIK Traffic Solutions UK is the company behind SPECS; the most widely used average speed enforcement system available. To date, over 500 SPECS installations have been operated, including a number of 20mph schemes, successfully reducing casualties, collisions and improving traffic flows.

SPECS3 VECTOR is the newest HOTA average speed system, yet it is also the UK’s most widely used, with over 100 permanent sites under contract.  The camera integrates decades of ANPR and enforcement experience into a single sophisticated and compact unit.

Jenoptik designed solutions deliver significant reductions in collisions and casualties, whilst improving traffic flows, capacity and emissions.  By controlling average speed, driver behaviour is modified over a large area or length of road, resulting in safer driving conditions, more reliable journeys and reduced vehicle emissions.

Roads monitored by SPECS typically see a >70% KSI (Killed or Seriously Injured) reduction, when installed as part of a casualty reduction scheme; this on average saves more than £1m in casualty costs, per site, per year. Jenoptik are world leaders in applying this technology to real world solutions.

If you have an application which could benefit from our expertise, call one of our highly experienced Account Managers on +44 (0) 1183 130333.






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B3 - Westcotec

Westcotec thrive on innovation, relishing the challenge of bringing new approaches to old problems. Alongside traditional speed warning signs the company produces very specialist devices including , Road Flood Warning and Bridge Height Warning systems and Collision Avoidance System.

Westcotec manufacture in their own factory utilising high quality, rigorously tested components. The single site for Manufacture, Technical Support, Research, Development, Sales and Marketing provides an ability to react swiftly to customer’s requirements particularly in the more specialist areas, this flexibility has led to custom in not only in the UK but also across Northern Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

They are one of only a few to have obtained the required CE mark for their VAS products. Westcotec has pioneered alternative energy with wind and solar options, available throughout most of its product range. Westcotec are determined to reduce their carbon footprint so for every sign sold a tree is planted in the company owned woodland, to date this numbers in excess of 8000 trees.

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MHC Traffic  David Hannah

C1 - Rediweld

Rediweld has been a key innovator in the design of the Orca Cycle Lane Series of products which have now been installed in many schemes around the UK.

Not only are we able to offer design ideas, but we have worked closely with our clients by introducing new and innovative products for various applications.

With the durability our products offer, these are ideal in a variety of segregation options from full to stand-alone applications.
These products are made from recycled rubber for strength, they are surface mounted and can be manually handled, for ease of installation.

The Orca Cycle Lane series consists of the Orca, MiniOrca, WandOrca, KerbOrca, Jislon “Wand” and Splitter Islands, so why not come and chat to us to see whether we can offer you an alternative solution to your project or scheme.

These products accompany our wide range of traffic calming and site safety products including islands & kerbing, raised tables & speed cushions, level access & tactile surfaces and Jislon Bollard.

C2 - Road Safety Markings Association

The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) is the trade association for the road marking sector. Established in 1976, we support, train, assess and represent road marking contractors, manufacturers and suppliers from across the UK and Europe. We provide a forum for discussion, best practice and standardization to underpin the health and safety of operatives and provide a safer environment for road users. Through our Specialist Applied Skills and NVQ Programmes we have developed a highly trained, fully qualified workforce across our membership, compliant with the National Highways Sector Scheme 7, the quality assurance framework for road marking contractors.

C3 - MHC Traffic

MHC Traffic Ltd was formed in 2000 to provide a professional traffic data collection service to the Transport Engineering and Traffic Planning Sectors. The consultancy brings together the experience and ability to professionally undertake all types and sizes of both manual and CCTV data collection at some of the most cost-effective rates in the industry. We annually undertake 1000+ survey projects throughout the UK and Ireland, analysing and reporting on over 15,000 hours of survey footage every month. MHC Traffic Ltd has built a strong reputation for providing our clients with an accurate, in-depth, and competitive survey package, delivered on time and within budget.



Cardiff City Council


Ruth Billingham


C4 - Cardiff Council

Cardiff Council strongly supports 20mph limits as a key part of making our city a better place to live. Here in Cardiff we first introduced a pilot 20mph limit scheme in March 2014 and in 2016 we made a commitment to rolling out 20mph limits in residential areas across the city. We have now introduced 20mph limits in many residential areas around the city centre and have a programme for expanding this roll out year on year. We know we have a high level of support from residents for 20mph limits in residential areas and for us they are a key part of making the big changes in our city which we know are needed in how people move around. Indeed communities where it is easy to get around by walking and cycling are good places to live and we have made some important steps towards making it easier for people to choose to travel actively.

C5 - Living Streets

Living Streets is the charity for everyday walking. We have long been a beacon for walking and our heritage stretches back to 1929. Our biggest campaigns have resulted in the zebra crossing and both 20 and 30mph speed limits. Today, our campaigns focus on reversing the decline in primary children walking to school, creating walking cities and making sure that pavements are for people. We work with decision makers at a national and local level to improve streets for walking and our network of Local Groups campaign on issues that matter to them in their areas. Come and chat to us on stand C5 and find out how we can work together to make your streets safer for all.

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20's Plenty for Wales

2 October 2018

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