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Charlotte, North Carolina
Atlanta, Georgia
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Case Studies

This section describes experiences of US cities that have installed Accessible Pedestrian Signals. Some of these cities have a long history of installing APS; others have more recently installed APS at one or two intersections.

Each case study includes information on the municipality's history of APS installation, process and procedures, types of devices installed, dates installed, installation, maintenance, and evaluation issues, and contact information.

Cities Included
This section includes reports from the following jurisdictions:

Montgomery County, Maryland
Portland, Oregon
Newton, Massachusetts
Washington, New Jersey
Morgantown, West Virginia
Dunedin, Florida
Maryland Department of Transportation
Charlotte, North Carolina
Atlanta, Georgia


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