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crosswalk

An area across a street or road esp. designated for pedestrians by special markings or paving materials.
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The 10-meter crosswalk is a project of the San Julian Pride Advocacy Group, which was founded on Dec.
?Tamsui District Director Arthur Wu said the district is trying new 3D crosswalks inspired by designs from Iceland and India, which are meant to create the effect of "obstacles ahead" and make the drivers instinctively decelerate, reported Liberty Times.
According to Orozaliyev, the project of construction of the underground crosswalk was initially wrong.
From the crosswalk to overall traffic design 6 it is mundane situations that raise really hard questions.
Our method for walk light recognition relies on previous crosswalk detection method and those methods are conceived to be a part of unified system.
The Automatic Activation Bollard "gateway" detection system was invented by the company in the early 90's to provide the additional safety benefits that a lighted crosswalk system offers to the 67% of pedestrians who did not use the push button to activate the lights.
Overall, about 96 percent of drivers yielded to pedestrians in the crosswalk when the PHB was active at the studied sites.
Finally, the modified CA model was used to simulate the mixed traffic flow at nonsignalized crosswalk. These studies developed many moving rules to achieve the simulations.
The total crossing time is a function of the bidirectional pedestrian flow, the bidirectional effect, and the crosswalk width:
yZMyR (CyHAN)- Turkey's first three-dimensional crosswalk was put into service in yzmir's Seferihisar district to raise awareness to the use of crosswalk in an effort to prevent traffic accidents.
He said he and his partner offered to pay for curb cuts or a crosswalk or take other measures to alleviate the problem but "met with resistance'' from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, which oversees state highways.