Building Crosswalks for Walkable Communities Video

Building Crosswalks for Walkable Communities Video

Why solar-powered rectangular rapid flashing beacons (RRFBs) are the answer RRFBs are now an essential part of the toolkit of engineers, planners, and active transportation advocates looking to improve pedestrian safety and build complete streets in their communities....
When Yellow Means Stop: Deciphering RRFB Light Color

When Yellow Means Stop: Deciphering RRFB Light Color

The studies have proven it: rectangular rapid flashing beacons (RRFBs) work. Yield rates can be as high as 96% where RRFBs are installed. That’s a huge increase when yield rates are as low as 18% with a simple painted crosswalk. If RRFBs are working that effectively...
Request RRFB IA-21 Approval: Download Our Guidance Letter

RRFB IA 21

Learn What’s New in IA-21 vs. IA-11 On March 20, 2018, the Federal Highway Administration issued Interim Approval 21 – Rectangular Rapid-Flashing Beacons at Crosswalks in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). The Basics IA-11 is no longer valid:...
Five Corners Roundabout – Edmonds, WA

Five Corners Roundabout – Edmonds, WA

Location: Edmonds, Washington, USA Project size: 10 R920 RRFBs Client: City of Edmonds Client website: www.edmondswa.gov/ Overview: In the city of Edmonds, Washington, a five-way intersection, located where 212th Street SW, Bowdoin Way, and 84th Avenue W converge, was...