The cure for faded lane lines

Staying in your lane is pretty important during a track meet, but if the lines have faded over time, that task might not be as easy as you’d think.

Depending on the type of surface, use and weather factors, the striping of your running track can fade, causing confusion for runners, at least a less-than-pleasing look for the track.

Luckily, restriping a track is quicker, easier and less expensive than you may think. Also, the result is what can often look like a brand new track!

For an embedded running track (think, when it was new, did you have some loose rubber granules?) the paint can look faded in as little as a few years. Even a “mat and spray” track can start to look a little faded after four or five years.

There are a number of factors that contribute to the cost of restriping your track, but many projects cost less than $10,000. Because painting a track is highly weather dependent, we need a three-day window during which the track needs to be closed, but you can return to using it as soon as we are done.

If your track is in need of a little TLC, but a full resurfacing isn’t in the budget just yet, consider having it restriped. Reach out to ATT Sports today for an estimate.

Before and after restriping the track at Buena Regional High School in New Jersey