Speed Bumps

Choose from Britain's largest and best range of road bumps with fast nationwide delivery. Get the latest specifications on the widest range of modular traffic calming systems. Save valuable install time and costs by installing modular rubber systems instead of concrete or tarmac.

Get the right speed bump for the job with quick delivery from stock

  • Modular designs for quick and easy installation
  • Highly durable and long-lasting traffic calming
  • Cost-effective compared to concrete and tarmac designs
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JSP Ridgeback®  Speed Bump Kit 50mmJSP Ridgeback®  Speed Bump Kit 50mm
SKU: 756710
JSP JSP Ridgeback® Speed Bump Kit 50mm
Sale priceFrom £87.50ex VAT
Slows Traffic To Approximately 10mph
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JSP Ridgeback Speed Bump Kit 75mmJSP Ridgeback Speed Bump Kit 75mm
SKU: 756728
JSP JSP Ridgeback Speed Bump Kit 75mm
Sale priceFrom £199.00ex VAT
Our Highest Bump - Slows Cars to 5mph
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TopStop Eco ramp installed in carparkTopStop Eco 50mm yellow mid-section
SKU: 899021
Moravia TOPSTOP-ECO Speed Bump Kit 50mm
Sale priceFrom £227.00ex VAT
Includes 'Cats Eyes' For Heightened Visibility
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TopStop Eco 70mm ramp installed at yield signTopStop Eco 70mm black mid-section
SKU: 899030
Moravia TOPSTOP-ECO Speed Bump Kit 70mm
Sale priceFrom £302.95ex VAT
Severe Ramp To Slow To 5mph
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TOPSTOP-ECO Speed Bump Kit 30mmTop-Stop Eco yellow mid-section
SKU: 765385
Moravia TOPSTOP-ECO Speed Bump Kit 30mm
Sale priceFrom £20.00ex VAT
Gently Slows Traffic To 15mph
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TOPSTOP HGV ramp at weigh bridgeTOPSTOP HGV 70mm mid-section
SKU: 765381
Moravia TOPSTOP HGV Speed Bump
Sale priceFrom £29.50ex VAT
Heavy Duty For Regular HGV Use
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Plastic Safety Rumble StripPlastic Safety Rumble Strip
SKU: 763661
Pittman® Plastic Safety Rumble Strip
Sale price£32.00ex VAT
XPT Berlin speed cushion in blackXPT Berlin speed cushion on roadway
SKU: 747501
XPT XPT - Berlin Speed Cushion
Sale priceFrom £1,099.00ex VAT
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JSP Ridgeback Speed Bump - Mid-Section 50mm
SKU: 750434
Pittman® JSP Ridgeback Speed Bump - Mid-Section 50mm
Sale price£39.50ex VAT
XPT-Modular System Speed TableXPT-Modular System Speed Table
SKU: 747400
XPT XPT-Modular System Speed Table
XPT London Speed Cushion SystemXPT London Speed Cushion System
SKU: 895795
XPT XPT London Speed Cushion System
XPT - Modular Rubber Pedestrian Crossing Speed TableXPT - Modular Rubber Pedestrian Crossing Speed Table
SKU: 747300
XPT XPT - Modular Rubber Pedestrian Crossing Speed Table
Saferide 50 Speed HumpSaferide 50 Speed Hump
SKU: 765397
Moravia Saferide 50 Speed Hump
Sale priceFrom £92.50ex VAT
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SafeRide 75 Speed HumpSafeRide 75 Speed Hump
SKU: 735480
Moravia SafeRide 75 Speed Hump
Sale priceFrom £82.89ex VAT
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Easy Rider® Speed BumpEasy Rider® Speed Bump
SKU: 862961
Moravia Easy Rider® Speed Bump
Sale priceFrom £32.00ex VAT
Large Centre Sections Allow For Quick Install
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What is the purpose of a speed bump?

Speed bumps are used to slow vehicle traffic by creating an uncomfortable driving experience if hit at speed.

A speed cushion or table will provide a less severe bump. It will slow traffic considerably but allows traffic to remain flowing. It is ideal for urban settings.

Why use a modular rubber traffic calming system?

Rubber speed bumps have distinct advantages over concrete or tarmac formed ramps. The precise moulding on a rubber bump means the height is uniform across the width of the bump and speed is regulated exactly.

Rubber speed bumps won't chip, rot or crack if correctly installed. The modular sections are easily replaced if damaged or worn. Supplied in modular sections, installation is quick and easy using the pre-drilled holes and included fixings.

Types of Speed Bumps

Offers instant speed reduction to slow vehicle and HGV traffic. Ranges from 30mm to 75mm high. A speed ramp is the most severe traffic calming design when compared to cushions or tables.

Speed cushions allow for a smoother traffic flow while slowing vehicles to a reasonable speed. They are perfect for urban settings where they slow regular vehicle traffic but allowing emergency vehicles to pass with ease.

The largest speed bump option from front to back. The "table" layout provides an excellent traffic calming option for cities or towns. The design provides a very gentle bump which encourages drivers to slow down. A speed table slows vehicles to a reasonable speed without slowing them to a near stop like speed bumps. They are highly suited to cities and towns.

Rumble strips serve as a reminder to drivers to slow down on the approach to pedestrian crossings, junctions or entrances. Rumble strips provide an audible warning as well as a physical warning to drivers. Install them alongside regular bumps to reduce speeds before they reach the area.

Kerb ramps are installed against footpaths to provide easier access for cars. Kerb ramps are commonly installed where the kerbs are too high for cars to gain access.

Use cable ramps to protect exposed cables on the ground, especially where foot and vehicle traffic is passing over them. The loose lay format allows for instant use on site.

How to choose the right speed bump

Will it need to cater to trucks, buses, or cars? Do emergency vehicles use the road regularly, and can they pass over it with little or no restriction to their speed? Different vehicles have different requirements, so you should know which vehicles are on the road.

The height and width will significantly differ in the impact on speed. For example, a 30mm section generally allows vehicles to pass over the ramp at 15 - 20mph comfortably. In contrast, a 75mm ramp will reduce vehicle speeds dramatically and should only be used where there is a significant risk to pedestrians.

The road surface may affect the fixings you will use for your road bump. Concrete and asphalt roads may need different fixings, while some suppliers (including Pittman) use universal fixtures to suit the majority of road surfaces.

Speed Bumps FAQ

There are many advantages to installing modular rubber road bumps:

  • Precise moulding of sections provides a uniform height and design of the bump
  • More cost-effective in terms of labour and materials
  • Easier installation than concrete or tarmac options
  • Easier to replace sections if they become damaged or worn
  • Less disruptive to the area during installation – can be used immediately
  • Better visibility than most concrete or tarmac versions
  • Manufactured from recycled material

For installation you will need

  • Precise measurements of the area
  • Assessment of the traffic in the area
  • A bump suited to the traffic and vehicle types travelling through the area


Modular rubber systems are much easier to install than concrete or tarmac designs. To install, mark the area for each section (using the pre-drilled holes) and drill the required depth for the fixing. Next, insert the required piece (end-cap or mid-section) and tighten it. Once installed, the bumps can be used immediately. Ensure all works are completed following traffic and safety guidelines.

A speed ramp is a strip of rubber sections that are installed on roads to slow motorists down. These bumps deter cars from going too fast over them. If drivers are too fast they risk damaging their car. 

Speed ramps is also an alternative name for speed bumps. Speed ramps and speed bumps will slow vehicle traffic to reduce the risk of traffic accidents.

When installed correctly, rubber speed ramps can last for many years. However, their lifespan depends on the installation and the type & volume of traffic on the road. Call the team at Pittman to help choose the best product for the job.

Rubber can maintain better shape than concrete over time. Modular sections are also easily replaced if they become worn or damaged. If installing multiple traffic calming measures, it is advised that the layout includes at least one vehicle’s length between them.

The height and width of the bump will determine how fast you can drive over it. A 50mm bump will slow vehicles to around 10mph. A higher 75mm incline will cause drivers to slow to around 5mph. A speed cushion can offer an easier, more gradual bump – they generally slow traffic to 15-20 mph. These kinds of bumps are better suited to city and town environments. 

Traffic bumps should not be avoided. Drivers should not swerve or enter into other lanes to avoid the bump. In order to deal with it drivers should slow to the appropriate traffic speed. The spaces at the centre or sides of the road bumps are for drainage and help to keep the surface clear of standing water or snow.

Speed Bumps:

  • Instant bump designed to slow traffic down instantly
  • Effective for controlling speeds at low traffic volumes
  • Shorter from front to back
  • Not ideal for emergency vehicles and coaches
  • Common in car parks and private car parking premises
  • Slows traffic to approximately 5 - 10 mph

Speed Humps:

  • Gradual bumps that are designed to slow traffic to a considerable speed
  • Effective for controlling speeds at high traffic volumes
  • Longer from front to back
  • Ideal for emergency vehicles and coaches
  • Common on public roads
  • Slows traffic to approximately 15 - 20mph.

Call our experts for advice on our range of speed bumps and speed humps.

Traffic calming refers to the reduction of vehicle speed on public roads. Road bumps, cushions and tables are vital traffic calming and speed control devices.

Traffic calming is a common term used among government bodies and councils. It's aim is to decrease vehicle speeds to reduce the risk of traffic accidents and takes vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists into consideration.

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