Victoria Harbour Walkway
We recently renovated the David Foster Walkway in Victoria BC Canada. The updated walkway includes High Visibility ‘Safety Blue’ StreetBond Coatings. The Pathway connects residents and visitors with key destinations in Victoria, from award-winning restaurants to marine-based tourism activities and everything in between.
The Harbour Pathway celebrates Victoria’s working harbour, and recognizes Lekwungen First Nations history, enhances the natural marine habitat, and supports social and economic wellbeing. The David Foster Harbour Pathway extends over five kilometres from Rock Bay to Ogden Point.
Why use StreetBond?
Flexible: Unlike most pavement coatings, StreetBond® SB150 Pavement Coating works with the normal expansion and contraction of asphalt surfaces and will not peel, de-laminate, or shrink-crack (when installed per manufacturer’s installation specifications)*
Durable: StreetBond® SB150 Pavement Coating is tough enough to withstand traffic wear, highly resistant to water damage, and has excellent adhesion characteristics that outperform other decorative pavement coating products*
Environmentally Responsible: StreetBond® SB150 Pavement Coating is non-toxic, fully recyclable, and water-based; it has very low volatile organic content (VOC) and meets Southern California Air Quality Management District regulations (SCAQMD), the most stringent environmental air pollution regulations in the U.S.
Chemical Resistant: StreetBond® SB150 Pavement Coating is resistant to damage and deterioration when exposed to fuel, engine oil, and deicing agents*
Color Stability: StreetBond® SB150 Pavement Coating incorporates UV-stable pigments that are fade resistant when exposed to harsh sunlight*
Friction: StreetBond® SB150 Pavement Coating has excellent friction properties, resulting in slip- and skid-resistant colored pavement surfaces that exceed all government-regulated vehicle skid-resistance requirements*
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