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Nagle Athletic Surfaces offers a variety of coatings for streetscape projects that include walkways, bike paths and safety zones.

  • Methylmethacrylate color coatings
  • High friction surfaces
  • Porous pavement
  • Stonescapes

Color-Safe Pavement Coatings

Nagle Athletic Surfaces is an authorized installer of the T-28 Color-Safe Pavement Marking systems developed by Transpo Industries.  The T-28 system was developed in response to the demand for new safety countermeasures to protect pedestrians and bicyclists from motor vehicle hazards.  The system consists of highly visible color markings, reflective materials and anti-skid surfaces.  Color-Safe Pavement Marking systems can be applied to asphalt and concrete surfaces.

Dansville CSD Crosswalk

Dansville Central School District, Dansville, NY

Red area markings were used to define crosswalks at four areas in front of the high school.  Area markings were used for both the red crosswalks and the white accent stripes. The material covered a 3,200 ft2 area and reflective beads were added to the surface of the accent stripe.

These four crosswalks serve as the primary access to the high school and neighboring middle school from a large parking lot. Clearly identifying pedestrian walkways aids the bus drivers during morning and afternoon student drop off and pickup.  The parking lot is also used by parents to drop off and pickup student.

Syracuse University Connective Corridor Project, Syracuse, NY

Take a walk along University Avenue and you’ll see the start of a biking system that will connect the city. This unique treatment will be a signature for Syracuse, and it is one of the first cities in the country to utilize this particular cutting-edge technology for bicycle lanes under new federal standards.

The new “greenway” Methacrylate bike lanes also represent a novel approach to emerging technologies. This new generation resin provides exceptional durability on asphalt and concrete, skid-resistance, and the highest re?ective values for safety. (Plus, in this case, this color sure says “green” in a big way.) This new “greenway” bike network in Syracuse will be one of the ?rst in the country to implement new MUTCD standards – a recently adopted national standard.

City of Buffalo – Niagara Street Bike Path

Niagara Street is a signature gateway and a vital connector for traffic exiting Interstate 190 heading downtown in the direction of City Hall.  The corridor’s pavement, curb, signage, signaling and striping was is poor and in much need of repair.

The Niagara Street Reconstruction Project accomplished the following objectives:

  • Improved overall vehicular safety and operational conditions;
  • Improved overall safety and mobility for pedestrians and bicyclists;
  • Corrected identified pavement deficiencies and return the pavement to good condition; and
  • Enhanced the corridor aesthetically to better identify it as a major gateway to the City of Buffalo Central Business District.

University at Buffalo, NY

The State University at Buffalo – Crosswalk

Porous Pavement

Nagle Athletic Surfaces, Inc. is an authorized installer of Porous Pave, a revolutionary porous pavement product made from recycled tires – keeping approximately 300 tires out of landfills to make 160 cubic feet of Porous Pave material.  Porous Pave is not only environmentally friendly.  Some other benefits of Porous Pave include:

  • Highly permeable – As its name suggests, Porous Pave has a highly porous structure allowing large amounts of water to drain through it. Rainwater is evenly dispersed over the ground and allowed to soak in rather than all of it being directed to storm sewer or retention ponds. Erosion and channeling of water is reduced around perimeter of sites not using storm sewers or retention ponds. Less run-off results in minimal and in some cases no sub-surface plumbing or catch basins — greatly reducing costs.  Also, retention ponds may be reduced in size allowing more usable land for building, parking, etc.  The non-skid properties of Porous Pave combined with its water storage capacity makes it safer than most other products in similar applications for walkways and parking areas.
  • Flexible – Porous Pave is 50% rubber making it very flexible.  This flexibility allows it to move with the sub-base material, resisting cracking and heaving, especially in freezing climates.
  • Durable – Porous Pave is perfect for bike paths, patios, trails, golf cart paths or any other foot and pedestrian traffic.  It can also be used in parking lots, driveways and other high use applications.