Speed Humps

IMG_1031Speed humps are wide and heavyset compared to narrower speed bumps. These create gradual deceleration, and are generally placed in areas where low speeds are already encouraged. Similar to speed tables and cushions, humps are powerful and effective traffic calming measures. Humps are often placed outside in gated communities, driveways, and school zones. Speed humps are sold by the foot.

Speed Bumps

IMG_1325 Speed bumps are made of premium rubber, in highly visible black and yellow alternating pattern. Reflective cat-eyes reflect oncoming headlights at night. Bumps are narrower, so they are most effective when placed in short intervals, so that vehicles are not prone to speed up in between. Speed bumps and speed humps are sold by the foot – there is no extra charge for end caps, and the bumps can be installed according to your specifications.

Parking Stops

lexus_parking_stopParking stops are devices specifically designed for parking lots. These are used to mark parking spaces and keep vehicles from rolling. Durable and reflective, these rubber parking stops can be a permanent or temporary fixture. This option is an ideal alternative to concrete, plastic, or lesser grade rubber stops.

Free Delivery in South Florida!

Miami-20110513-00008Unlike our competitors, Greenlit offers unprecedented, FREE DELIVERY our customers in South Florida, saving you thousands of dollars considering how heavy this product is. It is also possible to pick up products directly from our location in Miami, FL. All pickups must be arranged at least one week in advance of pickup date. There is no fee for pick-ups.

Contact Us

Contact us, and we will come to your location to assess your neighborhood and receive a “no obligation” quote. If you have decided to install traffic calming devices, we make it an easy and expedient process.

Email: sales@greenlitglobal.com
Mobile: 305-965-0047
Office: 954-391-8777
Fax: 954-391-9876

Call us so we can discuss your project and situation. We can schedule to visit the area in question, and assist you in advising on the best product for that particular environment. We will send you a detailed quote, and after your approval arrange for delivery. Delivery or pickup will be arranged within 2-5 business days.

Additional Products

Additional Products
Delineator Posts
Rubber Speed Bumps
Rubber Speed Humps
Traffic Signage
Convex Mirrors
Parking Stops

Contact us, and we will come to your location to assess your neighborhood and receive a “no obligation” quote. If you have decided to install traffic calming devices, we make it an easy and expedient process.

Email: sales@greenlitglobal.com
Mobile: 305-965-0047
Office: 954-391-8777
Fax: 954-391-9876

Why Install Traffic Calming Devices in Your Area?

In your decision regarding whether or not to input traffic calming devices in your area, consider that the objectives of traffic calming include:

Encouraging safe vehicle speeds
Reducing collision frequency and severity
Increasing the safety and the perception of safety for non-motorized users
Reducing the need for police enforcement
Enhancing the street environment
Increasing access for all modes of transportation
Reducing cut-through motor vehicle traffic

Where can traffic calming products be installed?
Our products have been implemented in areas such as: Multi-Level Parking Garages,
Condominium driveways and garages, Gated communities, School Zones, Universities, Government Buildings, Retirement Communities, Parks & Recreation sites, Playground Lots, Resorts, Fast Food Drive-thrus, Child Care Centers, Hospitals, Residential Driveways, and more!

Why Install Rubber and not asphalt or concrete?
Rubber is uniformly made
Can be installed by a single person, in minutes!
Maximum reflectivity & visibility
Installed with light tools
Safe to install
Protects vehicle
Does not require any paving
Easy to move and remove
Economically viable on the long term
Smart alternative to concrete, asphalt, or mulch devices
Promotes environmental awareness
Promotes concern for traffic safety

Return Policy
Defective products will be exchanged promptly. Product damaged in transit: we will exchange products that were damaged in transit providing that we are made aware of the damage at the time of delivery. Important: Customer must note on bill of lading, in the presence of the driver, that product was received in a damaged condition. If possible, please take digital photos to provide visual proof of damage. Without a notation of damage we are unable to provide replacement. We cannot issue refunds on any products. All Sales are final.

Product Warranty
Greenlit Global, LLC guarantees that any traffic calming product sold by us is free from defects in materials and workmanship at time of purchase. Because traffic calming devices are subjected to daily use and wear and tear by motor vehicles, our limited warranty extends for ONE (1) calendar years beginning on the date of the original purchase of the product. During this time, we will replace any broken or worn out parts at no cost. Labor will incur an additional cost, quoted prior to such maintenance. Under normal conditions, rubber traffic calming products can actually last up to 10 years. As us about our preventive maintenance program, so we can make sure that the products will last and be professionally maintained for years to come!

Things to Consider Before Installation

Please refer to the following guidelines that apply to all traffic calming applications.

1. GRADE OF STREET – Traffic calming devices should not be placed on streets where traffic exceeds specific speed limits. Consult your City’s Traffic department.

2. PROXIMITY TO CURVE – Prior to placing speed bumps or humps along horizontal roadway curvature, an engineering evaluation should be conducted to assure that the speed bump installation in conjunction with the design speed of the curve(s) will accommodate safe vehicle passage.

3. STREET CONDITION – Determine if the existing street pavement conditions are adequate to support the impact loads caused by the bumps/humps and if any pavement maintenance is required. If it is determined that improvements or maintenance is required, that work should be completed before bumps are constructed.

4. CURBS – Speed bumps/humps may be installed on streets without curbs. However, in order to avoid potential circumnavigation around bumps/humps at location without curbs, precautions, such as the installation of road side delineators, may need to be taken.

5. DRIVEWAYS – Construction of speed bumps/humps at a driveway location should be avoided where possible to reduce potential vehicle conflict.

6. PARKING – No special parking removal is required on or near speed bumps/humps.

7. DIVERSION POTENTIAL – Adjacent streets, identified by an engineer, as having potential for being impacted by vehicle diversion from the street being treated with speed bumps/humps should be monitored.

8. BUS STOPS/ZONES – Where possible, speed bumps/humps should not be installed in street sections where transit vehicles must transition between the travel lane and curb stop. To the extent possible, speed bumps should be located in such a way as to ensure that transit vehicles can traverse the bump perpendicularly.

9. SPACING – Speeds bumps/humps installed in series should be spaced according to an engineering evaluation of the physical street section as well as traffic operations data. Typically, speed bumps are spaced at between 300 and 600 feet apart.

10. UTILITIES – Speed bumps/humps should be located in such a way as to avoid conflict with underground utility access to boxes, vaults and sewers.

11. TRAVEL LANES – Speed bumps/humps shall not be installed on streets with more than one through travel lane per direction. Speed bumps shall not be installed in exclusive left-turn or right-turn lanes. Special care should be exercised when considering speed bumps on streets with continuous left-turn lanes. In all cases, speed bumps shall be constructed across the entire width of street surface.

What is Traffic Calming?


Traffic Calming, sometimes referred to as Traffic Management, is modification of a roadway to discourage usage by large numbers of vehicles which travel at higher than residential area speeds. It is seen as a long-term goal to redirect traffic to more efficient thoroughfares allowing our neighborhoods to maintain their residential character.

Roadway modifications may include, speed humps, roundabouts, chicanes, diagonal diverters, modified intersections and/or a combination of two or more treatments.

We have been successful with the installation of traffic calming devices by lowering speeds and reducing volumes. Acceptance of the devices has been due to the fact that neighborhood associations are informed and involved in the decision making process.