Reliable, efficient, and customizable, LED-enhanced flashing signs can be used as an alternative or in combination with flashing beacons to increase rates of driver compliance and reduce speeds. LED-enhanced flashing signs are a cost-effective safety countermeasure where low visibility conditions like night, fog or rain are of a particular concern. On a roadway with medians, varying speed limits, or long unsignalized crosswalks, adding LED-enhanced signs will help get driver’s attention and change behaviors. Whether flashing continually or actuated by a person or vehicle, LED-enhanced traffic signs increase driver yield rates and reduce the incidents of crashes.
High-intensity LEDs can help improve driver response under all conditions, no matter what the time of day or weather quality. Our signs are compliant with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and install quickly on a wide variety of sign types:
School zone signs
School zone signs
Our LED-enhanced flashing signs can be powered and controlled by any of our solar/AC systems including the R920, R820, R829, and R247 series. Our intelligent energy management system (EMS) enables a sign to be programmed to operate via pedestrian activation, passive activation, calendar function, or 24-7, depending on the application, and both solar- and AC-powered versions are available.
Possible locations include unsignalized intersections, crosswalks, school zones, parks, playgrounds, shopping malls, airports, and hospitals, or wherever compliance is low, the signage is new, or numerous crashes have occurred in the past.
Additional Resources for LED-Enhanced Signs
An Overview of the Most Effective Crosswalk Treatments
Weighing your options for an unsignalized crossing? Here’s a roundup of your treatment options and how they compare.
Take a look at our spec sheet to learn the benefits of LED-Enhanced signs for crosswalks, and see what components and configuration options are available.
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See how cities across North America are using RRFBs to improve pedestrian safety and build complete streets.