crosswalk


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Synonyms for crosswalk

a path (often marked) where something (as a street or railroad) can be crossed to get from one side to the other

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In its Facebook account, the group said the crosswalk signified their 'oneness with the rest of the world in celebrating the Pride month.'
During the working visit, then-Prime Minister Sooronbai Jeenbekov in May 2017 met with residents of Jalal-Abad town on the territory of the planned underground crosswalk.
And they drive in ethically troubling ways, deciding whether to yield at crosswalks, based on pedestrians' (https://doi.org/10.2466/pms.103.2.387-390) age , (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2015.06.002) race and (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aap.2016.09.031) income .
This paper is structured as follows: second chapter explains proposed multiresolution approach, third chapter explains crosswalk detection algorithm, fourth chapter deals with pedestrian walk lights recognition, and fifth chapter presents obtained experimental results.
"We want city and school leaders to know that technology can support their goals, whether they are in public safety, reaching Vision Zero, creating a more walkable community, or avoiding a potential liability at an accident-prone crosswalk," says LightGuard President Michael Harrison.
They did observe a small number of stops in the presence of a dark PHB because of congestion on the street or because a pedestrian was using the crosswalk without first activating the PHBs but none while traffic was flowing freely and the crosswalk was clear.
Being shared usage with vehicle, pedestrian crosswalk was gridded with small cells (3.5 m x 3.5 m each cell, as shown shaded in Figure 4).
[21] built a model to reproduce pedestrian trajectories at signalized crosswalk. They concluded that law-abiding pedestrian trajectories were influenced by intersection geometry, origin-destination, previous passing position, and other road users densities.
Firstly, the pedestrian waiting position distribution model, taking the crosswalk geometry and pedestrian density into consideration, is established based on actual survey data from seven survey sites.
Seferihisar was among four Turkish cities which were given the title "cittaslow," literally "slow city," by the Cittaslow International Coordination Committee and logo of the project, a snail was used in the crosswalk to escort the children.
Several years ago, a representative from the DOT came to the site and concluded that a crosswalk was not warranted because the section of road is not flanked by businesses on both sides, the owners said.
A right turn on green can create what traffic engineers call a vehicle-pedestrian conflict: both the right-turning vehicle approaching from behind and a crossing pedestrian can potentially enter the same space at the same time within a crosswalk. This situation causes significant risk to pedestrians (Preusser, Leaf, DeBartolo, & Blomberg, 1981).
Term A: Exit Door A 102 and cross two traffic islands to meet your van Term B1: Exit Door B104 on arrivals level and follow the pedestrian crosswalk into the parking garage to meet your van.
How to Get to SuperShuttle at Boston Logan: Term A: Exit Door A 102 and cross two traffic islands to meet your van Term B1: Exit Door B104 on arrivals level and follow the pedestrian crosswalk into the parking garage to meet your van.
Then I moved to Washington, D.C., where the pedestrian crosswalk is sacred.