The TAPCO Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) Pedestrian Crosswalk System is a one-of-kind crosswalk solution proven to improve driver yield rates by as much as 90% at uncontrolled pedestrian crossings. Ideal for high-speed and multilane crosswalks, the TAPCO RRFB Pedestrian Crosswalk System flashes warning lights using the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) specified alternating WW+S (combination wig-wag and simultaneous) pattern upon activation.
With the capability to enhance safety through user-actuated or passive detection activation, this popular crosswalk safety treatment utilizes alternating flash patterns that command driver attention day and night – making it the go-to solution for traffic professionals nationwide.
In March of 2018, the FHWA issued a new interim approval (IA-21) for the RRFB. To learn about the key changes and how to obtain IA-21 approval, read our Safe Travels® Blog 4 Simple Steps To Request RRFB Approval.
Proven to increase driver yield rates by as much as 90%*
*Source: Efficacy of Rectangular-shaped Rapid Flash LED Beacons
RRFB Pedestrian Crosswalk Product Guide
Need to start laying out your crosswalk enhancement project? Download the Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon Pedestrian Crosswalk Product Guide to determine what system configuration best fits your needs.
Upon system activation, the BlinkerBeam® transmitter radio sends wireless signals to BlinkerBeam® receiver radios, triggering each associated alert device to activate.
Enhance this system with the use of BlinkLink® Powered by TAPCO. Easy-to-use, cloud-based application cities utilize to manage, schedule, control and monitor system-wide time clocks and other intelligent warning systems.
Active infrared and microwave technologies work together to provide precise presence and accurate vehicle and pedestrian motion detection.
The TAPCO Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) Crosswalk System is a one-of-kind crosswalk solution proven to improve driver yield rates by as much as 90% at uncontrolled pedestrian crossings. Ideal for high-speed and multilane crosswalks, the TAPCO RRFB Crosswalk.
Eric Lom, Traffic Engineer for the City of Appleton, Wisconsin, discusses his experience installing a TAPCO RRFB Pedestrian Crosswalk System and the versatility the new top-of-pole self-contained control cabinet provides him and his crew.