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Ringway create 'fake' bus lane for Transport for London

In a new Transport for London (TfL) advert to promote the awareness of enforcement operations to keep bus red routes and yellow boxes clear, it contacted Ringway, one of its main contractors, to help develop a fake bus lane.
Ringway suggested using a red pigmented bauxite material, laid without the bitumen, that would provide the required affect and donated a couple of tonnes of the material for use in the campaign.Alan Davidson said on behalf of TfL: 'Ringway helped what could have been a difficult job become a lot easier. We couldn't have got the bus lane in the campaign looking authentic without them.'

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