Traffic and Construction Barricades for Sale

Choose from a big supply of traffic barricades. Plastic, concrete and metal barricades to protect workers in construction sites, redirect traffic and provide crowd control. We bring you the best pricing on everything from a-frame barricades and barrels to water filled barriers for increased traffic safety and crowd control. Our barricade products make protection and traffic control simpler and more economical. Our safety products meet MUTCD requirements and MUTCD Safety Standards.

Quick Barricade Overview:

  • Type
  • Features
  • Typical Uses
  • Type 1 Barricades
  • Usually has 1 reflective board. While plastic barricades are becoming more popular, these can be made from metal components also.
  • Most often used for pedestrian traffic control and on low speed roads.
  • Type 2 Barricades
  • Usually has 2 reflective boards
  • Often used for road detours, road closing and other types of traffic control
  • Type 3 Barricades
  • Larger with 3 reflective boards
  • Road closings, detours
  • A-Frame Barricades
  • Use A-Frame Legs and typically 2 boards. Most often made from plastic or metal.
  • Crowd control, pedestrian and worker safety.
  • Water-Filled Barricades
  • Strong plastic barricades filled with water or sand, often stackable and very portable
  • Crowd & traffic control, security and pedestrian protection
  • Concrete Barricades
  • Reinforced concrete.
  • Most often used to protect construction areas, separating vehicles from construction workers.
  • Steel Barricades
  • Made of metal/steel, often interlocking
  • Crowd control and crowd management

We also have a complete selection of all the barricade accessories you may need, including:

Some MUTCD Standards to Consider When Purchasing Barricades:

  • Barricade Type
  • Guidelines
  • Type 1 & 2 Barricades
  • Minimum Length: 24 inches
    Rail Size: 8 to 12 inches wide
  • Type 3 Barricades
  • Minimum Length: 48 inches
    Rail Size: 8 to 12 inches wide
  • Barricades used on highways
  • Retroreflective area: minimum of 270 square inches facing oncoming traffic.
    Sandbags or other ballast should be used for stabilization on freeways or other higher wind areas.

Helpful Informational Links for Barricades:

Types of Traffic and Safety Barricades
Why Water Filled Barriers
Barricade Safety - Striping and Sheeting