Type I Barricades
The Type I Barricade is so named because it has only one reflective rail. Typically it is at least 24 inches wide with orange and white stripes alternating at a 45 degree angle. Sometimes, a second non-reflective rail is added to help give it a more stable base of support. Often Type I Barricades are used for pedestrian traffic control and are used on low speed roads.
Type III Barricades
Type III Barricades are larger and have (yes you guessed it) three reflective panels with alternating orange and white stripes. They are at least 4 feet wide (or larger) and are most often used for road closings because of their size and visibility. You have seen these types of barricades positioned across roadways for detours, road closing and other types of traffic control.
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