Handrails and triprails have the same objective: to guide pedestrians, delineate pathways (in a stairwell or park), border planted and grassy areas etc.

They allow pedestrians to securely progress thanks to the legibility that they provide to pedestrian flows and traffic. As positioning elements do not introduce true constraints; they are spontaneously accepted. Placed next to each other, handrails and triprails allow the handling of great linear lengths. AREA grants particular attention to the design of the shapes of the triprails in order to avoid misuse and the associated risks.