Review and Comparison of NJ Traffic Signal Standards for Striping Schemes for Pedestrian Crossings

With Guidance, Standards, and Recommendations Used Elsewhere

Voorhees Transportation Policy Institute

"This discussion paper is presented in two sections:

  • Section I: Provides a review of the traffic signal standards and striping schemes used in New Jersey for pedestrian crossings and compares them with guidance, standards and recommendations used elsewhere.
  • Section II: Presents findings of enhanced and more innovative practices that could be applied throughout New Jersey.

"Guidance and direction for this research was provided by an Advisory Committee consisting of NJDOT, - county, - local - and consulting engineers. The Committee was appointed at the beginning of the project to review draft work products, provide assistance and contribute ideas from their own experience and expertise."

Filed in: Engineering, Plans and Policies

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