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Textured & Colored Crosswalks: Are they worth the trouble & expense?. Prepared by Michael Ronkin Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists LLC Permission to use granted if source quoted. Textured crosswalks: In theory – more visible. In reality?. Bird’s eye perspective - before.

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Textured & Colored Crosswalks:

Are they worth the trouble & expense?

Prepared by Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists LLC

Permission to use granted if source quoted

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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Textured crosswalks:

In theory – more visible. In reality?

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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Bird’s eye perspective - before

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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Bird’s eye perspective - proposed

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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What the pedestrian sees

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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What the driver sees

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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What the pedestrian sees

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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What the driver sees

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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What the pedestrian sees

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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What the driver sees

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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Brick crosswalks: prone to failure, hard on wheelchair users

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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Concrete crosswalk: more durable, less visible,hard to build

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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Concrete crosswalk: hard to maintain joint between concrete & asphalt.

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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Mitigation measures for colored crosswalks & asphalt.

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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Supplement textured crosswalks with white lines to increase visibility

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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Brick street with asphalt crosswalks visibility

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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Idea: imbed white crosswalk within contrasting color visibility

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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Driver perspective: crosswalks show up well visibility

Textured crosswalks – Michael Ronkin

Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists


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