Library Search Results

508 results found.

Didn’t find the information you were looking for?
Modify your search or Submit a library entry to PBIC staff

 


Bicycle & Pedestrian Program

Source: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
The Bicycle & Pedestrian Program of the Federal Highway Administration's Office of Human and Natural Environment, promotes bicycle and pedestrian transportation accessibility, use, and safety.
Read More >

 

Pedestrian/Bicyclist Warning Devices and Signs at Highway-Rail and Pathway-Rail Grade Crossings

Source: Illinois Center for Transportation
The study highlights the multitude of factors related to pedestrian safety at rail crossings and provides an informed discussion for stakeholders to advance safety initiatives.
Read More >

 

Road Diet Conversions: A Synthesis of Safety Research

Source: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
The primary purpose of this review is to assess the available evidence regarding the safety effectiveness of reductions in the number of motorized traffic lanes, widely known as road diet conversions.
Read More >

 

An Overview and Recommendations of High-Visibility Crosswalk Marking Styles

Source: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
This paper examines the past and current research on crosswalk marking design and explores he best types of marking patterns under various traffic and roadway conditions.
Read More >

 

How to Increase Cycling for Daily Travel (Webinar)

Source: Active Living Research
This webinar was jointly presented by ITE and Active Living Research on August 14, 2013.
Read More >

 

A Profile of Pedestrian Fatalities in King County, WA

Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
As pedestrian fatalities and injuries are most common in urban areas, Seattle and King County have by far the greatest number of pedestrian fatalities and injuries in Washington.
Read More >

 

Testing and Evaluation of Pedestrian Sensors

Source: Southwest Region University Transportation Center
The main objective of this study was to evaluate sensors for use in a pedestrian safety test bed in College Station, TX.
Read More >

 

Effect of Gate Skirts on Pedestrian Behavior at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings

Source: Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)
The purpose of this evaluation was to determine if the addition of gate skirting would result in fewer pedestrian crossing violations after the gates began to descend.
Read More >

 

Comprehensive Study to Reduce Pedestrian Crashes in Florida

Source: Florida Department of Transportation
This project aimed to improve pedestrian safety on Florida's state roads by identifying crash patterns and contributing factors at the statewide and site-specific level and proposing countermeasures to reduce crashes.
Read More >

 

Development of a Navigation System Using Smartphone and Bluetooth Technologies to Help the Visually Impaired Navigate Work Zones Safely

Source: Minnesota Department of Transportation
In this study, a navigation system was developed to alert pedestrians at decision points prior to their arrival at a work zone
Read More >