Modular system to improve street accessibility.
Why the Vectorial® system?
The Vectorial®system transforms urban space and improves accessibility quickly, simply, and reversibly.
It resolves the conflict between cycle lanes and bus stops where the two overlap, allows for the construction of sidewalks or widening of existing sidewalks, and improves the accessibility of bus stops when they are in a vehicle parking area.
Vectorial® system configurations
PLATFORM AS AN EXTENSION OF THE SIDEWALK
A platform as a curb extension aligns the bus stop with the parking lane. Platforms as curb extensions allow buses to stop without making big sideways movements.
PLATFORM WITH INTEGRATED CYCLE LANE
Platforms with integrated cycle lanes allow bike lane users to safely cross the passenger boarding area when there are no buses at the stop, although bus users will have priority.
PLATFORM WITH ACCESS BRIDGE AND INTEGRATED CYCLE PATH
PLATFORM WITH ISLAND CONFIGURATION
Customizing the Vectorial®system
The color and surface of the modules making up the Vectorial® system can be customized to adapt to the relevant regulations. The Vectorial® system also allows the integration of street furniture elements, such as canopies, bollards, pole signs, traffic lights, benches, railings, etc.
The Vectorial® system in detail
The Vectorial® system is made up of modules that fit together, allowing a wide variety of configurations.
The surface of the Vectorial® system’s main modules and ramps to the road is slip resistant and it could be modified to differentiate it from conventional paving to meet each city’s accessibility requirements.
The curb is a component of the Vectorial® system designed to distribute the lateral loads transmitted by bus tryes to the entire platform and to ensure the stability and inalterability of the parts installed. Each curb has a large longitudinal retoreflective strip that makes it visible day and night.
Rainwater or excess cleaning water does not accumulate on the surface of platforms built with Vectorial® system parts because it drains onto the road.
Ramps to the road allow rainwater to flow freely underneath them. They can be raised to remove the dirt that accumulates under them so the water can flow without obstruction.
Recycled and recyclable materials
The way we work is in line with the circular economy and we focus on the resource cycle following a model based on reusing, repairing, remanufacturing and recovering existing materials and products, as opposed to using virgin materials. We manufacture all our products with recycled and recyclable materials.
Vectorial® | Wire
The modules of the Vectorial® system are made from various mixtures of industrial and post-consumer plastic waste, mainly PVC from the remains of banners, hoses, electrical cable sheathing, out-of-standard batches, etc.
23 lb 9 oz
19 lb 13 oz of CO2 eq/unit
Main module with hinge
21 lb 10 oz of CO2 eq/unit
21 lb 14 oz
26 lb 2 oz of CO2 eq/unit
Right & left curbs
24 lb 11oz
28lb 12 oz of CO2 eq/unit
Double ramp to the sidewalk
40 lb 9 oz
69 lb 6 oz of CO2 eq/unit
Individual ramp to the sidewalk
29 lb 15 oz