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Renee Autumn Ray 6h
Replying to @reneeautumnray
One feature they have are tactile pavement markings at some and in stations for people. I also heard audible instructions for .
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Conor M. Darken Oct 13
I recognize this is probably prohibitively expensive but it would really be good if all had the interactive button that can push to assist in their experience walking across the other side. I think it helps-maybe studies can be taken about this though.
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Herrera Law Oct 11
High-intensity activated crosswalks are good for pedestrians and drivers. Pedestrians benefit from extra warning lights and beacons, and drivers benefit from only having to stop when it is strictly necessary.
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MIKE ROCKET Oct 12
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Madeline Morcelle Sep 27
My meetings today were House-Senate-House-Senate, and I’m thrilled to share that I met my daily step goal at 10:30 am.
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The Japan News Sep 1
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Lisbon for All Sep 30
Our Map of keeps growing. Today also sharing for Public Information all projects we have ready to roll (...and we have more on the way). Check'em out in the link below ("PROJECTOS DPAP"). Hey! We're walkin' here! :-)
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CA DMV 5 Jun 18
Pedestrians can be anywhere. Drivers, always exercise caution. Not all are marked!
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TMS Ruge Dec 20
There’s entirely too much development at the Acacia/Kira intersection to not have a sensible traffic plan already in the works
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Traffic Safety Research at UNLV SOM Sep 26
Effective October 1st, there are updated traffic laws for Nevada crosswalks. Check them out!🚦🚗 . . . .
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NYSDOT Aug 23
It's set to be a lovely weekend! 🌞 Expect more to be out taking advantage of the good weather. ✔️Motorists: keep your eyes peeled 👀 for people walking ✔️Pedestrians: use for safety 🚶‍♀️🚶‍♂️
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VeloPaso Apr 15
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LAPD Hollywood Division Oct 28
Tips for a safe in . On , pls remember drivers are distracted! Historically we have seen 🚖/🚶🏽collisions. Only cross at , avoid dark clothing & stepping out btw cars, & as always... zero tolerance on open containers
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Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre Nov 15
Edmonton rolling out three more scramble in bid to reduce pedestrian deaths via .
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LAPD Hollywood Division 14 Apr 18
Pay special attention to this on between Orange&Arglye. There are several & many drivers, distracted by the sights & attractions. We've seen many vehicle/pedestrian already this year
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Road Safety USA Inc. Oct 11
rainbow-colored The Federal Highways Administration [ ] believes that colorful pavement markings can obscure or perhaps distract from other essential safety markings...
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Jordan Hogan 25 Apr 18
Keep your head on a swivel 🚷📵🚳
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Brandon Dorman Nov 16
The quarterly was all about . Lately I’ve spent so much time in implementation it was great to pause and think again about possibilities!
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Broomfield Police 14 Nov 17
Officers are out in school zones enforcing safety concerns.
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Ryan Andre 31 May 18
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