Designing & Retrofitting Intersections for APS
Designing & Retrofitting Intersections for APS


Background: Accessible Pedestrian Signals (APS) provide audible and tactile information about pedestrian signals to those who are blind or visually-impaired. This webinar archive focuses on how to design APS installations and intersection corners to provide important information to those who need it most. Topics include methods of travel by blind or low-vision pedestrians, current ADA and MUTCD standards, installation and design guidance for APS, and design exercises.


Instructor(s): Daniel Carter, Engineering Research Associate, University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center;Steven Jewel, Traffic and Planning Department Manager, DLZ Ohio Inc.;Janet Barlow, Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist, Accessible Design for the Blind


Learning Objectives:

  1. Discuss why Accessible Pedestrian Signals (APS) are important at signalized intersections; what requirements are specified by the MUTCD and the U.S. Access Board.
  2. Discuss how to design or retrofit intersections for APS.


Credits: 1.5 PDH


This course is eligible for the following certification renewal(s): PTOE


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Discounted member price: 55.00
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Pub. No.: PD-A10



Publisher: ITE Educational Foundation

Format: Webinar Archive


Publishing Date: 10/13