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Tactile paving (also called truncated domes, detectable warnings, Tactile Ground Surface Indicators, detectable warning surfaces) is a system of textured ground surface indicators found on many footpaths, stairs and train station platforms to assist blind and vision impaired pedestrians.

Tactile warnings provide a distinctive surface pattern of “truncated domes” or cones (which are small domes or cones that have had their tops cut off, or truncated) or “truncated bars” detectable by long cane or underfoot which are used to alert people with vision impairments of their approach to streets and hazardous drop-offs. People who are blind or visually impaired are alerted of impending danger from vehicle impact or a grade change. There is a disagreement in the design community and the community of users if the interior use of these bars represents a tripping hazard.

In the U.S. tactile warnings systems are required by the ADA. The federal government, through studies and guidance provided by advocates and the Access Board now mandates detectable warnings in prescribed locations, such as on the surface of pedestrian curb cuts and at the edge of rail platforms. Detectable warnings have been required for the edge of rail platforms in the United States since 1991. Detectable warnings for pedestrian curb cuts were suspended for study in 1994, and became officially required in 2001.

The ADA Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) require these warnings on the surface of curb ramps, which remove a tactile cue otherwise provided by curb faces, and at other areas where pedestrian ways blend with vehicular ways. They are also required along the edges of boarding platforms in transit facilities and the perimeter of reflecting pools. The raised pattern of domes also known as truncated domes are the preferred design for detectable warning tiles and pavers.

RediMat™: The original flexible surface applied mat constructed of extremely durable, UV protected polyurethane. This flexible mat has a proprietary pre-applied adhesive system that enables installation in less than 10 minutes.

AlertCast  (replaceable cast in place)  –  ADA / DOT approved

AlertTile (semi-rigid surface applied)  –   ADA / DOT approved

RediMat  (flexible surface applied)  –  ADA / DOT approved

Cast Iron (replaceable cast in place)  –  ADA / DOT approved

  • Lighter weight but extremely durable cast iron panels
  • Unique anchor system allows for easier installation with better concrete retention
  • Available in multiple sizes and radius panels
  • Natural patina finish or durable colors via an e-coat then powder coat process

CASTinTACT3®: is a dependable long term solution meeting ADA Federal Guidelines for detectable warning. Designed for exterior use at the bottom of curb ramps and other locations such as depressed corners, raised crosswalks, raised intersections, borders of medians and islands, the edge of transit platforms, and sidewalks where railroad tracks cross

Duralast: East Jordan Iron Works’ Detectable Warning Plates are cast from long-lasting, hard-wearing, corrosion resistant gray iron. Our DWP’s are designed to withstand rigorous urban conditions such as snow plows, street cleaning machines, and vehicular traffic.

Detectable Warning Plates: Regulatory-compliant cast iron Detectable Warning Plates from Neenah Foundry offer appealing aesthetics, exceptional longevity and freedom from maintenance. By using Neenah’s Detectable Warning Plates, specifiers can be confident that the critical warning message will be delivered for the lifetime of the installation.

ADA Pavestone: The ADA Compliant Paver is an additional guidance provision for wheelchair and pedestrian access to streets, sidewalks and other components of the public right of way. This product will help tp ensure local jurisdictions and other entities that their facilities are accessible to those with physical or sensory disabilities. Available in a variety of colors, the ADA Compliant Paver provides visual as well as textural contrast to conventional publicly utilized pavements.

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