Stamped Asphalt

Stamped Asphalt vs Stamped Concrete

There are many reasons why stamped asphalt makes more sense than Stamped concrete in the construction of commercial parking lots, streetscapes, parks pathways and plazas as well as residential driveways. Continue reading to learn more about the main differences between the two options. Learn more about Stamped Asphalt Products

Squamish Rainbow Crosswalk TrafficPatterns

Squamish Nation Rainbow Crosswalk

Brilliant Rainbow Crosswalk installed for the Squamish Nation (Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw). The crosswalk was installed using our colourful patented TrafficPatterns product which is outfitted with Corundum (Crushed Diamonds), which adds to the materials structural integrity and provides excellent traction for motor vehicles and pedestrians.

Checkerboard Crosswalks Coquitlam

This is the first phase of our new Coquitlam Crosswalks at Lougheed Holly and Lougheed Orchid intersections. The design is comprised of our TrafficPatterns product used to create a black (asphalt) and white checkerboard crosswalk body, outlined with red and white checkerboard boarder patterns. * Installation by SquareOne

First Nations Crosswalk Design Granville Street

In collaboration with Musqueam, we’re pleased to introduce a new original crosswalk design by Musqueam artist Robyn Sparrow, and installation by Square One using out TrafficPatterns product. Earlier this week, coinciding with National Indigenous Peoples Day, the City of Vancouver unveiled a new three-section crosswalk designed by Musqueam First Nation artist Robyn Sparrow.

Lickman Interchange

This project includes improvements to the north and south portions of the Lickman Interchange. Key improvements incorporate the construction of a two-lane roundabout at the Yale Road / Luckakuck Way intersection, as well as bike lanes in both directions on Lickman Road. The improvements made with StreetPrint will enhance safety and provide more Read more…


Transit connections are transforming Vaughan – with more to come along the new rapidway Check out our work on the next phase of the VIVA Project installed by Multiseal at Highway 7 West Woodbridge / Vaughan using TrafficPatternsXD

Rainbow Crosswalk Sechelt BC

City of Sechelt, BC Installs it’s Rainbow Crosswalk

The fade-free vibrant range of colours is just one advantage of using TrafficPatterns preformed thermoplastic for streetscape features. TrafficPatterns provides a highly durable ‘traffic tough’ surface with excellent anti skid/slip characteristics. Speed of installation is another advantage, The crosswalk surface can be returned to traffic almost immediately after installation. This crosswalk Read more…