Translation of rumble strip in Spanish:

rumble strip

banda sonora, n.

noun

  • 1

    banda sonora feminine
    • Cycles do use the ring road, the area between kerb and rumble strip seems to be used as an unofficial cycle track.
    • On highways and semi-rural roads, rumble strips are preferred to humps.
    • The rumble strips provide an audible warning to encourage drivers to slow down early enough to avoid late braking which could lead to such collisions.
    • So the rumble strips along Richmond Road are to be dug out and replaced at a cost to you and me of many thousands of pounds, in addition to the many thousands they cost to put in about six months ago.
    • I am all for sensible traffic-calming, rumble strips, sleeping policemen and so on to keep traffic flowing, but these chicanes are a nightmare and should be dug up and replaced.
    • I've asked for speed bumps, crash barriers and rumble strips but I've been told they would be too dangerous for drivers.
    • A 40 mph speed limit, more warning signs and rumble strips are to be installed at one of the county's worst accident black spot to improve road safety.
    • Anyone who travels the ring road will have noticed the new rumble strips which have started to appear creating an extremely uncomfortable, spine-wrenching ride before each roundabout.
    • Dermody insists that rumble strips are needed on Royal Oak Road as well as a pedestrian or zebra crossing.
    • All over the country, councils have their own different ways of slowing traffic - speed bumps, rumble strips, large sections of red painted at the entrance to villages, chevrons, and flashing 30 mph signs, to name but a few.
    • Car safety features such as antilock brakes and rumble strips on roads have made driving safer.
    • Campaigners were due to meet city council engineers this week to discuss measures including better signs and rumble strips.
    • It was more effective than a speed limit sign, or a rumble strip, disfiguring stripes on the road or pious notices imploring drivers to take care.
    • She said the white lines in the centre of the road would be made clearer, cat's-eye reflectors would be renewed and rumble strips would alert drivers to pay more attention.
    • There is also a possibility that rumble strips may be included at the final stages of the work.
    • Mr Pearce believes drivers should be warned about the long double bend by either a sign, speed limit, rumble strips or double white lines.
    • Paint stripes were found to have only minor influence on driver behaviour, whereas rumble strips lowered speeds by an average of 40 per cent.
    • These measures, over a half-mile stretch of road, include road humps, rumble strips, pinch points, mini-roundabouts, traffic tables and reflectors at a staggering cost of £160,000 to taxpayers.
    • Know the warning signs of drowsy driving, such as not being able to remember the last few miles driven or hitting a rumble strip.
    • She said proposed safety measures, due to be trialled soon, included rumble strips and two 30 mph signs that provide ‘slow down’ warnings to speeding motorists.