A security trailer is revealed including first and second stages, at least one of said first and second stages using an axle and wheels attached thereto; a plurality of interconnected wall sections positioned between and attached to the first and second stages, the plurality of wall sections defining a secure work area on a side of the preview; and wherein the trailer supports a ballast member, the ballast member being placed near a primary side of the trailer and the wall sections near a second, other side of the preview, the ballast penis uttered, at least partially, a burden of the plurality of wall sections.
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Various types of barriers have long been used to protect road construction workers from passing vehicles. For example, cones, barrels and flashing lights have been widely used to warn drivers of construction zones, but provide only limitedprotection to road construction workers in the event a driver fails to take heed. Some construction projects routinely park a truck or other heavy construction equipment in the lane between the construction zone and on-coming traffic. This reduces therisk of worker injury from traffic in that lane, but does little with regard to errant traffic drifting laterally across lanes into the construction zone. In addition, conventional barriers require significant time and effort to transport to the worksite, and expose workers to significant risk of accident while deploying the barrier at the work site. Therefore, a need exists for a safety barrier that can be readily transported to, and deployed at the work site. In addition, the safety barriershould protect against lateral incursions by traffic from adjacent lanes, as well as traffic in the same lane.
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