AASHTO Guide for the Planning, Design, and Operation of Pedestrian Facilities, 2nd EditionAbstract:
This guide provides guidance on the planning, design, and operation of pedestrian facilities along and across streets and highways. Specifically, the guide focuses on identifying effective measures for accommodating pedestrians on public rights-of-way, as well as describing appropriate methods for accommodating pedestrians, which vary among roadway and facility types. It also recognizes the profound effect that land use planning and site design have on pedestrian mobility. The guide is designed for use by planners, roadway designers, and transportation engineers, at both the state or local level, who make daily decisions that affect pedestrians. Section 4.3 is on Maintenance of Pedestrian Traffic in Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) Zones
Publication Date: December 2021
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Publication Types: Manuals, Policies, Guidelines, and Handbooks, etc.
Topics: Access; Design; Pedestrians; Temporary Traffic Control