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Hispanic Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety

Pedestrian Safety Engineering and ITS-Based Countermeasures Program for Reducing Pedestrian Fatalities, Injury Conflicts, and Other Surrogate Measures
Final System Impact Report

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Contract No.: DTFH61-96-C-00098
Task Order Number: 9842

Submitted to:

U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
Office of Safety Programs, HSA-20
400 Seventh Street, S.W.
Washington, DC 20590

Submitted by:

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

January 30, 2009

Final System Impact Report

Collage of photos, including a Danish offset in a median refuge, a crosswalk signal with lights in the shape of eyes that illuminate during the 'walk' phase, a crosswalk with mast-arm mounted flashing beacons and pedestrian warning signs overhead, and a sign indicating an advance stop for vehicles approaching a pedestrian crossing.

Table of Contents

Technical Report Documentation Page
List of Figures and Tables
Chapter 1 Introduction
empty cell Pedestrian Safety Countermeasures Under Investigation
empty cell Evaluation of Countermeasures
empty cell Presentation of Findings
Chapter 2 Results
empty cell Static Signs
empty cell Active Signs
empty cell No Turn On Red (Ntor) Signs
empty cell Pavement Markings
empty cell Signals And Signal Timing
empty cell Pedestrian Countdown Signals
empty cell Physical Separation
empty cell Lighting
Chapter 3 Lessons Learned
empty cell General Lessons Learned
empty cell Countermeasure-Specific Lessons Learned
Chapter 4 Conclusions
empty cell High Effectiveness
empty cell Medium Effectiveness
empty cell Low Effectiveness
empty cell Effectiveness Depends On Application


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