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Drastically increase pedestrian visibility at poorly lit, two-lane crossings with the SafeWalk™ Crosswalk Illuminator – a simple safety enhancement to TAPCO Pedestrian Crosswalk Systems. With a rugged, weather-resistant enclosure and dual-light technology, the illuminator is ideal for:
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With unique dual-light technology, the SafeWalk™ Crosswalk Illuminator protects pedestrians from one end of the crosswalk to the other, meeting the 20 LUX minimum recommended by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
Adjustable brackets allow for precise light focus at most crossings.
Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) Pedestrian Crosswalk Systems provide drivers real-time warning when pedestrians are in or about to enter an approaching crosswalk.
This popular, MUTCD-compliant crosswalk solution is proven to increase driver yield rates by as much as 90% at uncontrolled pedestrian crossings.
BlinkerSign® Pedestrian Crosswalk Systems provide drivers with real-time warnings when pedestrians are in or about to enter an approaching crosswalk. This popular, MUTCD-compliant option heightens driver awareness in a variety of applications, including school zone crossings, multi-lane uncontrolled crossings and high-speed pedestrian crossings.
Edge-lit and engineered to capture drivers' attention, each BlinkerSign® is MUTCD-compliant and flashes in accordance with MUTCD section 2A.07.
Embedded in the pavement and oriented to face oncoming traffic, in-road warning lights flash in unison once activated to alert drivers of pedestrians actively crossing the road. This popular, MUTCD-compliant option has a low profile, allowing vehicles and vulnerable road users to safely pass over it.
In-road warning lights are MUTCD-complaint and flash in accordance with section 4N.01 directly in the line of sight of oncoming traffic. Available options include uni-directional and bi-directional arrangements.