Read the details of 49 treatments for pedestrians as they relate to pedestrian facility design, roadway design, intersection design, traffic calming, traffic management, signals and signs, and other measures.

Pedestrian Facility Design Pedestrian Facility Design:
It is a public responsibility to provide a safe, secure, and comfortable system for all people who walk.

Roadway Design Roadway Design:
The goal of an appropriately designed roadway should be to safely and efficiently accommodate all modes of travel, from pedestrians to bicyclists to motorists.

Intersection Design Intersection Design:
The primary point of conflict and the most prevalent location for crashes between pedestrians and motor vehicles is the intersection.

Traffic Calming Traffic Calming:
Traffic calming is a way to design streets, using physical measures, to encourage people to drive more slowly.

Traffic Management Traffic Management:
Traffic management includes the use of traditional traffic control devices to manage volumes and routes of traffic.

Signals and Signs Signals and Signs:
Traffic engineers have an arsenal of signs and signals that can be used to regulate and warn both motorists and pedestrians.

Other Measures Other Measures:
Engineers must be cognizant of the capabilities and needs of all pedestrians when designing a roadway or developing an operations plan.