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bollard

A pillar or post, usually consisting of a metal pipe anchored in concrete and then filled with concrete,placed near building corners,loading docks, entrance doors, and gas pumps in order to protect them from automobiles; may be left natural, painted,or covered with plastic bollard covers.

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But the council has said it will now consider alternative measures to the bollards following a number of complaints.
This bollard light comes with several options and nonstandard features including color, Kelvin, height, and more.
By the time the work was eventually done, months later, the penalties had reached the staggering totals of PS31 million for one set of bollards and PS17.5 million for the other.
The bollard's sole purpose is to prevent vehicles from crashing through.
The MAG survey has identified around 100 locations across Huddersfield with missing lights or bollards, including on major roads including the A629 Wakefield Road.
It is understood the staff are working in 12-hour shifts because the rise and fall bollards suffered a power failure and are not currently operational.
"Following discussions with the Counter Terrorism Security Advisor attached to Greater Manchester Police, locations within the city centre have been identified for the installation of mitigation measures, such as bollards and street furniture," it says.
New rise-and-fall bollards allowing vehicle access into and out of Broadgate from Trinity Street and High Street have been planned for some time but manufacturer delays mean these will not be ready until well into 2019.
Before he could get to Remeniss, there was one obstacle in his way: a set of hydraulic bollards that were raised at the top of Temple Court.
A planning document submitted toLiverpool City Councilstates that areas where the bollards will be erected have been identified by counter terrorism Police as potential weaknesses in the stadium's security boundary.
And the planned bollards wouldn't have helped prevent Saturday's attack because the streets in question weren't among those to be protected.
The bollards have been erected on pavements outside Village Primary School, Thornaby, after criticism of parking.