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The City of Melbourne, Florida recently joined the ever-growing list of cities choosing crosswalk lighting for increased pedestrian safety. The recent Crane Creek Promenade waterfront improvement project included a Traffic Safety Corp. system to improve walkability.
Over fifty fixtures were used to beautify a cul-de-sac in Battery Park City, near Ground Zero. Sleek, low-profile TS-600s were selected for the project. The lights flash in sequence as part of a multicolored light sculpture at the end of West Thames Street.
Six inpavement lighting systems were installed at major student crossings on campus. In addition, speed humps and raised tables were included as part of a scheduled repaving project. These improvements helped reduce speeds and increase pedestrian safety.
A new crosswalk was needed at the Pavilions to allow shoppers access to both sides of the center. To enhance safety, the crosswalk was illuminated with in-pavement warning lights from Traffic Safety Corp.
A need for increased parking lead to pedestrians crossing a busy one lane road. City officials responded by improving safety with crosswalk lighting. Vallejo, CA is now home to its first solar powered in-pavement warning light crosswalk system.
Increased suburban development made roads dangerous for pedestrians in Casa Grande, AZ. When drivers started ignoring crossing guards at Evergreen Elementary School, city officials decided to take action.
The City of East Grand Forks, MN wanted inpavement lighting to enhance crosswalk safety. Was there a safety system that could compete with extreme winter weather and snowplows?
A tourist was fatally struck in downtown Hailey, Idaho. City officials wanted to install inpavement lighting to prevent another tragedy. But how could they ensure the safety system would be high quality and effective?
Patients and employees were at risk using a crosswalk on a blind curve at the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula. Hospital administrators began looking at safety equipment to prevent accidents.
A recent construction project moved Stinson Municipal Airport's parking across the road. Speeding cars made crossing to the terminal risky for customers. Airport managers started looking for something to help.
Sutter Medical Building's narrow driveway is used by both pedestrians and vehicles. The Building's owner recognized the potential for accidents and began looking for a way to make the driveway safer for pedestrians.
The main road running through Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA is also a state highway. Students had suffered close calls and accidents in recent years. Administrators began aggressively looking for a way to improve pedestrian safety.
The City of Woodland installed TSC system at a popular neighborhood park in 2007. After learning more housing was planned for development at the site, city officials decided to add beacons to address anticipated increases in pedestrian traffic.
Large crowds of patrons in the streets and parking lots of Los Angeles' popular Citadel outlets concerned building owners. They needed to improve safety, but with a solution able to compliment the attractive design of the well-known outlets.