Description Large, concrete barriers that can be used to create a wall-style barrier.
Typical Dimensions Varies. 8 / 10 / 12 ft. long x 27 in. wide x 32 in. high.  
Estimated Cost $721 / 8 ft.; $1,084 / 12 ft.  
Durability Pilot: 1 month to 1 year installation / Interim: 1 year to 5 year installation. 

Bikeways Place in continuous line along edge of lane to create barrier. At T-intersection, provide break for bikeway access from intersecting street.
Plazas May be combined with planters and other barrier elements to de- ne the edge of a plaza. Place barriers end to end along edge of plaza area, in strategic locations as needed. Not recommended as sole/primary barrier element, due to weight, lack of visual permeability, and potential aesthetic concerns.

Highly durable and long-lasting.
Can be decorated to integrate public art -- New York City DOT has used concrete jersey barriers to create protected bicycle lanes, turning the barriers into a canvas for local artists.
Extremely heavy, requires trained staff and special equipment to transport. 
Can pose challenges for emergency vehicle access, trash collection, and other curbside services.

Loan from city public works or transportation department.
Buy or rent from traffic control equipment suppliers or construction companies.