Transport drivers in the business of controlling car shipping prices out on the transport roads and highways of New York state might have noticed new reflective pavement striping on the New York state thruway. The New York State Thruway Authority has implemented this new reflective pavement striping, called Recess Triple Drop, in order to make road markings more visible in all lighting and weather conditions, according to the agency.
This new reflective pavement marking system car transport drivers see as they travel down the New York state thruway uses ceramic elements that are mixed with various sized glass beads and then applied onto a recessed epoxy base to provide high reflectivity, according to the engineer who designed this system and the New York State Thruway Authority. This new system is also able to resist plow blades that scrap the surface of the thruway during the winter months, according to the agency, and won't be damaged by snow removal services, so hopefully it will save lives and money during the miles ahead.
Presently, this new reflective pavement striping has only been applied to the New York thruway, according to the New York State Thruway Authority, but plans at present call for this new system of reflective highway markings to be added to about 350 miles of pavement along the New York thruway during the miles ahead on the transport roads and highways of the United States of America. Good news for car transport service firms and drivers that have noticed the problem of snow removal services scraping highway marking off of transport roads of the New York thruway in the past.