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Synonyms for bollard

a strong post (as on a wharf or quay or ship for attaching mooring lines)

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[USPRwire, Thu Aug 15 2019] With the growing emphasis on the safety and security in the private and public infrastructures, the Automatic Barriers and Bollards Market is expected to witness a steady growth during the forecast period.
[ClickPress, Fri Aug 16 2019] With the growing emphasis on the safety and security in the private and public infrastructures, the Automatic Barriers and Bollards Market is expected to witness a steady growth during the forecast period.
Pictures of Fox Street shared on social media show a stretch of road with bollards installed inches into the pavement.
"The ARIE has a great versatile design that is perfect for both contractors and end users looking to purchase a commercial bollard light," says Clyde Porcella, Access Fixtures' General Manager.
The staggering bills were clocked up when the highways giant failed to replace each of the two sets of bollards within an hour, triggering an initial PS250 penalty clause.
The 1,159 pages-long bill that was drafted by a bipartisan committee provides $1.4 billion for 55 miles of bollard fencing and an overall $1.7 billion increase in spending for the Department of Homeland Security.
He says the unlit islands and missing bollards are potentially fatal "accidents waiting to happen" - with motorcyclists and cyclists most at risk of serious injury.
However, this cost also covers emergency transportation, installation, and the cost of hiring and removing the existing bollards.
That could include new bollards and concrete barriers like those put in place around Albert Square after a van was used to kill 12 people at Berlin's Christmas markets in 2016.
Those bollards formed part of a system that, months earlier, Liverpool Council had suggested would deter anyone intent on driving a vehicle into one of the UK's most famous tourist destinations.
In the wake of the deadly attack with a van in ME-nster, many reports noted that the city was about install bollards in the downtown area.
BOLLARDS have been installed outside a school over fears a tragedy could be caused by parents who "won't walk an extra few yards".
HAVE you noticed these bollards on one of Newcastle's busiest shopping streets?