Dropped kerbs are elements that delimit an access zone from the road to the pedestrian area. They are usually located at building entrances, access to parking, access to service stations, etc.
They are formed by slabs in their central part and heads at both ends. Slabs allow access vehicles and pedestrians to the pedestrian zone or building entrance. The heads delimit the area and serve as a link to the kerbs.
There are different models. While they can be adapted in shape and size.