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... 1   Transportation agencies across the country are paying more attention to walking and bicycling as healthy, sustainable, economical, and practical modes of transportation. The domain of traffic signal control offers many opportunities for improving service to these historically underserved modes of travel.
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... 2 Traffic Signal Control Strategies for Pedestrians and Bicyclists 1.1 Guidebook Contents This guidebook presents a variety of treatments to address the needs of non-motorized users at signalized intersections and instructions on how to select, implement, and evaluate those treatments. Accessibility considerations are integrated throughout most treatments.
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... Introduction 3   Chapter 8: Treatments Offering Added Information and Convenience What treatments can be applied to improve information and convenience for pedestrian crossings? Chapter 9: Treatments Addressing Special Bicycle Needs What treatments can be applied to support specific bicycle needs at signalized intersections?

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