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Pedestrian safety guide for transit agencies

Pedestrian safety guide for transit agencies

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Published by Federal Highway Administration, Available through the National Technical Information Service in Washington, DC, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pedestrians -- United States -- Safety measures,
  • Pedestrian facilities design -- United States,
  • Local transit -- United States

  • About the Edition

    The guide is intended to provide transit agency staff with an easy-to-use resource for improving pedestrian safety. The guide includes a variety of approaches to address common pedestrian safety issues that are likely to arise near transit stations, bus stops, and other places where transit (bus or rail) is operated. It provides references to publications, guides and other tools to identify pedestrian safety problems. Descriptions of engineering, education and enforcement programs that have been effectively applied by transit agencies are included as well as background information about pedestrian safety and access to transit.

    Edition Notes

    Statement[Dan Nabors ... [et a.]]
    ContributionsNabors, Dan., VHB/Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc., United States. Federal Highway Administration. Office of Safety.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE336.P43 P43 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination60 p. :
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22544861M
    LC Control Number2008377857

    Nabors, Dan, Robert Schneider, Dalia Level, Kimberly Lieberman, & Colleen Mitchell. “Pedestrian Safety Guide for Transit Agencies.” Federal Highway Administration Report FHWA-SA, "Pedestrian Safety Guide for Transit Agencies." Federal Highway Administration Report FHWA-SA, , US Department of Transportation, Washington, DC. Chen, Li, Cynthia Chen, & Reid Ewing. "The Relative Effectiveness of Pedestrian Safety .

    Pedestrian Safety Guide for Transit Agencies University Curriculum and Courses Integration of pedestrian and bicycle planning into transportation planning is essential in creating sustainable, livable . Designing for Pedestrian Safety – Pedestrians and Transit Common pedestrian safety issues near transit stations, bus stops, and other transit facilities. Descriptions of specific engineering, education, and enforcement programs that have been effectively applied by transit agencies.

    Pedestrian Safety Guide for Transit Agencies Published Date: Abstract: The guide is intended to provide transit agency staff with an easy-to-use resource for improving pedestrian safety. The guide includes a variety of approaches to address common pedestrian safety issues that are likely to arise near transit Cited by: 7. Pedestrian Safety Guide for Transit Agencies provides transit agency staff with an easy-to-use resource for improving pedestrian safety. Pursuing Equity in Pedestrian and Bicycle Planning defines equity in the context of bicycle and pedestrian .


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The guide is intended to provide transit agency staff with an easy-to-use resource for improving pedestrian safety. The guide includes a variety of approaches to address common pedestrian safety issues that are likely to arise near transit stations, bus stops, and other places where transit.

Abstract: The guide is intended to provide transit agency staff with an easy-to-use resource for improving pedestrian safety. The guide includes a variety of approaches to address common pedestrian safety issues that are likely to arise near transit stations, bus stops, and other places where transit.

Using our collective transit engineering and planning knowledge VHB developed a guidebook for the safety of pedestrians and bicyclists accessing transit facilities.

This along with its companion guide is used by agencies and community groups to address safety issues that are likely to arise near transit stations, bus stops, and other places where transit.

This guide is intended to provide transit agency staff with an easy-to-use Pedestrian safety guide for transit agencies book for improving pedestrian safety. It should prove useful for transit staff who set agency policies, monitor transit performance, determine transit stop locations and schedules, train transit operators, and work with communities on development near transit stations.

Having been a long-time partner of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Office of Safety, VHB has worked to write safety guidelines for transit agencies all across the country. Using our team’s collective transit engineering and planning knowledge, we developed a guidebook for the safety of pedestrians and bicyclists accessing transit facilities.

Federal Highway Administration The guide is intended to provide transit agency staff with an easy-to-use resource for improving pedestrian safety. The guide includes a variety of approaches to address common pedestrian issues that are likely to arise near transit stations, bus stops, and other places where transit.

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This guide includes training programs offered directly from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). Chapter 5: Legal Issues. It is important to understand the legal context for pedestrian safety in the areas around transit stops and stations.

Federal and state laws, local statutes and case precedent all dictate the level of responsibility assigned to a transit agency to address pedestrian safety issues, even if the transit agencies.

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Descriptions of specific engineering, education, and enforcement programs that have been effectively applied by transit agencies. Background information about pedestrian safety and access to transit.

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