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document Home Zone Concepts and New Jersey, Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers University
This report probes the potential for the application of the Dutch concept of woonerf, or Home Zone, for the United States, and particularly New Jersey. ... more >>
document The Feasibility of Protecting Pedestrians Adjacent to Roadways, Bureau of Operations Research, New Jersey Department of Transportation
This paper discusses the role of certain protective devices for separating pedestrians and vehicles along roadways. ... more >>
web Sustainable Highways Self-Evaluation Tool, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), US Department of Transportation
This tool identifies characteristics of sustainable highways and provides techniques to help organizations apply sustainability best practices into roadway projects within system planning, project development, ... more >>
document Cycling for a Few or for Everyone, World Transport Policy and Practice, Vol. 15, No. 1
This article reports empirical evidence that multi-faceted strategies (education, enforcement, and provision of facilities) are more effective in increasing cycling safety and raising overall cycling levels. ... more >>
document Field Evaluation of Experimental "In-Street" Yield to Pedestrian Signs in Madison, Wisconsin, Federal Highway Administration
The purpose of this experiment was to evaluate the effectiveness of a "Yield To Pedestrians" sign in increasing driver compliance with Wisconsin's pedestrian rights laws. ... more >>
web Bicycle/Pedestrian Safety Toolbox: Accessible Pedestrian Signals, San Francisco Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission
This document describes accessible pedestrian signals (ASPs), which supplement pedestrian signal indications with audible and/or vibrotactile information. For each pedestrian or bicycle safety tool, ... more >>
web Community Toolbox, The National Park Service
The National Park Service's Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance (RTCA) program helps communities work together to improve their special places. They've produced the Community Toolbox, a set of techniques for project development and community participation. ... more >>
web Roadway Connectivity, Victoria Transport Policy Institute
This chapter describes how improved roadway connectivity can reduce vehicle travel. The document details how to implementation connected streets and lists benefits, costs, case studies, and their impacts on travel and equity. ... more >>
document Sacramento, CA: Pedestrian Safety Guidelines, City of Sacramento
These guidelines focus on street crossing treatments at controlled and uncontrolled intersections, discussing tools such as pavement marking and signal options and giving attention to roadway design. ... more >>
document Impact of Pedestrian Presence on Movement of Left-Turning Vehicles, UC Berkeley Traffic Safety Center
This report discusses pedestrian-detection mechanisms that may be useful in intersection warning systems with thresholds for warnings that are adjusted for pedestrians when they are present or in the vicinity of the destination crosswalk. ... more >>