Smart Crosswalk™ Product Design, Layout and Configuration Best Practices Webinar Series

New Smart Crosswalk™ | Best Design Practices, Layouts & Configurations Webinar

When designing an effective Smart Crosswalk™ lighted crosswalk system, several important considerations should be taken into account such as: calculating the number and placement of in-roadway warning lights (IRWL) and flashing LED signs; the type of activation method (automatic pedestrian detection bollard or push button); system controller functionality requirements; and power source needs (A/C or solar). LED Sign Systems RRFB’s and other traffic calming devices will also be covered. A 15 minute Q&A session will follow.

Smart Crosswalk™ applications include uncontrolled mid-block crosswalks and public crossings at downtowns, cities, school zones, parks, campuses, parking structures, airports, transit stations and more…

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New ‘Lunch & Learns’ Smart Crosswalk™ Webinar Series for Pedestrian Traffic Safety Engineers, Planners & Designers

We offer “Lunch & Learns” for qualifying engineering, planning and design teams!

After 25 years of serving the traffic safety industry, we have learned that no two crosswalks are alike. Let us show you best design practices for incorporating a Smart Crosswalk into your next project.

We tailor your webinar with your specific needs, applications, discipline and current projects in mind. A lunch stipend of $75 is available for approved Lunch & Learns with 8 or more attendees from your organization. [Attendees are not required to be located in the same office location.]

To learn more, contact David Hauser at: [email protected]