Zebra®

The separators making up the Zebra® family have been designed to improve safety for cycle lane users.

  • They can be adapted to any kind of road surface.
  • They are highly visible thanks to the fact that almost 40% of their surface is retroreflective.
  • They are made with recycled plastic, so their environmental impact is minimal. They are ecodesigned products.
  • They are highly resistant to impact and bad weather and they have various anchorage points in the road surface.
  • They are competitive because they make it possible to carry out a project with minimal intervention on the public roads.

See how the Zebra® family improves safety for cycle lane users.

    The city of Bentonville, Arkansas, connects its downtown with the entire city with protected cycle lanes.

    PROJECT NAME: Downtown protected cycle lane network. CITY: Bentonville, Arkansas. LOCATION: Downtown Bentonville. OPENING DATE:[…]

    Asphalt art to test new micromobility solutions in Asheville, North Carolina.

    PROJECT NAME:  Public art in Asheville CITY:  Asheville, North Carolina LOCATION:  Coxe Avenue OPENING DATE: […]

    The city of West Palm Beach, Florida, expands its protected bike lane network.

    PROJECT NAME: West Palm Beach downtown bike corridor. CITY: West Palm Beach, Florida. LOCATION: Lake[…]

    A well-connected and safe bike infrastructure in Houston, Texas.

    PROJECT NAME:  Houston’s Bike Plan safe bike infrastructure horizon. CITY:  Houston – Texas LOCATION:  Downtown[…]

    Carrer del Marroc in Barcelona has a new bike lane with the new Zebra® | Zero separators from Zicla.

    PROJECT NAME: Urban development of Carrer del Marroc TOWN/CITY: 22@ Barcelona LOCATION: Carrer del Marroc[…]

    Royal College Street cycle tracks in Camden (London) use Zebra® separators to protect cyclists from motorized traffic.

    PROJECT NAME: Royal College Street cycling scheme TOWN/CITY: Camden – London, UK LOCATION: Royal College[…]

    The City of Modesto, California, applies a road diet by using Zebra® separators.

    PROJECT NAME: College Avenue Road Diet TOWN/CITY: Modesto, California LOCATION: College Avenue at Stoddard Avenue[…]

    Fremont, California, creates a high-safety bicycle infrastructure.

    PROJECT NAME: Vision Zero Fremont. CITY: Fremont, California. LOCATION: Mission Boulevard. OPENING DATE: May 2017.[…]

    A roundabout in Izegem (Belgium) is dressed in green with ZICLA®’s Zebra® planters.

    PROJECT NAME: Reducing vehicle speed at a roundabout TOWN/CITY: Izegem – Belgium LOCATION: Vijfwegenstraat OPENING[…]

    The superblock in the Sant Antoni district of Barcelona is surrounded by bike lanes.

    PROJECT NAME: Network of bike lanes in Barcelona TOWN/CITY: Barcelona – Spain LOCATION: C/ Manso[…]

    A pioneering bike lane in Avenida Ricardo Lyon, Providencia – Santiago de Chile.

    PROJECT NAME: Bike paths in Santiago de Chile TOWN/CITY: Providencia – Santiago de Chile –[…]

    The new Pere IV route adds a new bike lane in Barcelona.

    PROJECT NAME: The new Pere IV route TOWN/CITY: Barcelona – Spain LOCATION: Carrer de Pere[…]

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