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One safety goal for all weather conditions.

Engineered for increased visibility no matter the time of day. Request a free demo to see how our solutions can help bring families home safely. 

Introducing Our Newest Pavement Marking Product

We’re excited to announce 3M™ Connected Roads All Weather Elements. These high-performing, long-lasting optics are designed to provide continuous wet retroreflectivity—technology that could help reduce crashes and help keep all drivers and passengers safe.

  • 3M™ Connected Roads All Weather Elements

    Our All Weather Elements are engineered with unique microcrystalline optics technology to deliver superior brightness, colour and all-weather performance*—and developed to sustain stable performance over the years—all at an acceptable cost.

    • Combines continuous wet and long-lasting dry retroreflectivity
    • Compatible with most liquid pavement marking binders
    • For new or maintenance marking applications
    • Installs with double-drop systems

    *Compared to previous generation of 3M™ All Weather Elements and several other commercially-available pavement marking optics.

    View the Connected Roads All Weather Elements product 

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Pavement Markings by Day, Lifelines by Night

Did you know that on average, we only do 25% of our driving at night, yet almost 50% of traffic fatalities happen after dark? And when you add rain, the chances of a crash increase.

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