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... 27   This guidebook describes a toolbox of treatments to better address the needs of non-motorized users at signalized intersections. This chapter introduces the treatments and provides additional instruction on treatment selection.
From page 28...
... 28 Traffic Signal Control Strategies for Pedestrians and Bicyclists The content for each treatment follows a consistent structure to make it easy to use and utilizes the following categories: • Basic Description: Alternative Names; Description and Objective; Variations; and Operating Context; • Applications and Expected Outcomes: National and International Use; Benefits and Impacts; • Considerations: Accessibility Considerations; Guidance; Other Instruction; Relationships to Relevant Treatments; and • Implementation Support: Equipment Needs and Features; Phasing and Timing; Signage and Striping; Geometric Elements. Examples are embedded within each treatment description.
From page 29...
... Introduction to Treatments 29   Section Treatment Implementation Strategy Mode User Needs Sa fe ty a nd C om fo rt M in im iz in g De la y Im pr ov in g Ea se o f U se a nd In fo rm ati on Ac ce ss ib ili ty 6. Re du cti on or E lim in at io n of Co nfl ic ts w ith T ur ni ng T ra ffi c 6.1 Protected-Only Left Turns to Address Non-motorized User Conflicts Operational Pedestrians and bicycles X 6.2 Concurrent-Protected Crossings Operational Pedestrians and bicycles X 6.3 Exclusive Pedestrian and Bicycle Phases Operational Pedestrians and bicycles X X 6.4 Channelized Right Turns/Delta Islands Geometric/ equipment Pedestrians and bicycles X 6.5 Leading Pedestrian Intervals Operational Pedestrians X 6.6 Delayed Turn/Leading Through Intervals Geometric/ equipment Pedestrians and bicycles X 6.7 Pedestrian Overlaps with Leading Pedestrian Intervals and Vehicular Holds Operational Pedestrians X X 6.8 No Turn on Red Geometric/equipment Pedestrians and bicycles X 6.9 Flashing Pedestrian and Bicycle Crossing Warnings Geometric/ equipment Pedestrians and bicycles X X 7.
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... 30 Traffic Signal Control Strategies for Pedestrians and Bicyclists Section Treatment Implementation Strategy Mode User Needs Sa fe ty a nd C om fo rt M in im iz in g De la y Im pr ov in g Ea se o f U se a nd In fo rm ati on Ac ce ss ib ili ty 8. A dd ed In fo rm ati on a nd Co nv en ie nc e 8.1 Pedestrian Countdown Geometric/equipment Pedestrians X X 8.2 Call Indicators Geometric/equipment Pedestrians and bicycles X X X 8.3 Independently Mounted Pushbuttons Geometric/ equipment Pedestrians X X X 8.4 Accessible Signals without Pushbutton Actuation Geometric/ equipment Pedestrians X X 9.

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