Road reflectors, sometimes called raised pavement markers, are designed to help control traffic while encouraging safer driving conditions. Read More
Road Reflector Materials
Constructed from either durable plastic or ceramic, these road reflectors are especially important for making traffic lanes more visible at night.
In North America, road reflectors have designated color meanings. White pavement markers indicate lane markings on the right pavement edge; yellow/orange pavement markers separate lanes of opposite-moving traffic; and blue pavement markers indicate shoulders and fire hydrants.
Road Reflector Shapes
Our high-quality road reflectors are available in four shapes - square, rectangle, oval and circle - as well as in three sizes - 4-inch, 6-inch and 8-inch. You can also choose whether you want no reflector, a one-sided reflector or a two-sided reflector.
We carry bulk pavement markers in cases of 100 for a cost-effective way to buy road reflectors, and we sell individual ceramic road reflectors.
Shop Stop-Painting.com's pavement markings for additional ways to encourage roadway safety.
This flexible marker is constructed to be a reflective feature on temporary or permanent concrete barriers.
Butyl adhesive pads are a quick and easy way to adhere road reflectors and other traffic control devices to asphalt or concrete surfaces.
Also called Bot Dots, these reflectors provide a cost-efficient, simple product to provide directional traffic control.
This reflector offers an easy fit into guardrail channels and offers excellent visibility during nighttime hours to aid in road safety.
These 4x4-inch reflectors are made of durable plastic. The marker bottoms are constructed to bond securely with pavement.
These road reflectors use solar energy to power embedded LED lights. LED lights increase driver reaction time.