"Improving Safety, Efficiency & Traffic Flows In & Around Work Zones"®
Mobile Work Zones – Mobile Barriers MBT-1®
42’-102’ (12-31 m) of highly mobile, positive barrier protection.
Interchangeable right/left configurations.
Modular, efficient and self-contained.
Onboard power, lighting, storage, and other features.
Tested/Accepted under NCHRP 350 & MASH for TL-2 and TL-3 usage.
FHWA listed under "movable longitudinal barrier."
Eligible in the USA for 90:10 & 80:20 matching funds/Federal-aid reimbursement.
Sale, Lease or Rent
Special options for
military, security and defense applications.
Mobile Barriers MBT-1 are now located within minutes of the following airports
Denver, Dallas, DC (Reagan and Dulles), NY (JFK and LaGuardia), Portland and Toronto.
Contact us to see one.
2013 IRF World Meeting Presentation
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (45mb PDF)
Mobile Barriers MBT-1 in World Highways Magazine
Mobile Barriers MBT-1 honored by the TAC
Transportation Association of Canada’s (TAC-ATC) Annual Conference
Navigating the 495 Express Lanes
Road crew manages traffic flow with mobile barrier
3D Animations and Images
New 3D animation and images of MBT-1
Improving Workzone Safety, Efficiency & Traffic Flows
Workzone Safety, Efficiency & Traffic
Maintenance & Asset Management
Mobile Barriers retains former DSS, FBI & Military Officers
Military, Security & Defense Applications
World Highways Coverage of Mobile Barriers MBT-1
World Highways Magazine
IRF Award & Presentation
2012 Innovative Product Award
ARTBA Award & Presentation
2012 Work Zone Safety Innovation Award
Ft Lauderdale, Florida
Mobile Work Zones
Modern Contractor Magazine
Improving Safety, Efficiency & Traffic Flows
Oregon Study - Mobile Barriers MBT-1
Mobile Barrier Hit By 2 Semi Trucks
MBT-1 was recently hit by 2 semi trucks. Click here for details.
Comparison of Mobile Work Zone Barriers
Comparison of Mobile Barriers MBT-1 and Caltrans Balsi Beam
FHWA Memo 5/21/12
Federal-Aid Reimbursement Eligibility
FHWA Memo 11/30/11
Use of Innovative Products
USDOT Life Value Memo
The U.S. DOT has updated its valuation of human life