Millions of people and businesses rely on curbside mailboxes to receive, as well as send, mail. Defined as individual mail receptacles that are installed alongside a curb, they are delivery points for the United States Postal Service (USPS). The USPS performs daily routes to all mailboxes while delivering outgoing mail and collecting incoming mail. This post reveals five fun facts about curbside mailboxes.
Bollards are found in countless parks, neighborhoods, shopping centers and other outdoor spaces. As shown in the adjacent photo, they consist of poles that create a visual separation between pedestrian and vehicular areas. Upon seeing bollards, motorists will know that they shouldn't drive beyond them. The end result is a safer outdoor space that attracts more pedestrians. While all bollards serve this purpose, however, they are available in different types. When planning a development project, you'll need to choose the right type of bollards.