Research and Innovation on Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon Opera.


Webinar Description:

The Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon (PHB) is a special pedestrian crossing device installed for crossing conditions where increased visibility and something more than a flasher is needed.  The PHB was first included in the 2009 edition of the MUTCD, but some of the early applications in Arizona date back to 2000 on an experimental basis. Since Arizona was the first to install PHBs, the 20-year crash history for PHBs provides opportunity to evaluate their long-term safety effectiveness for pedestrians and other road users.  This webinar will highlight the largest US based research study on the safety effectiveness of PHBs, conducted for the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT).

Learning Objectives: 

  • Learn features of PHBs that have been effective in improving safety for not only pedestrians, but for all road users.
  • Hear about the observation results of PHBs on higher speed roadways and the interaction of pedestrian and motorist at the 10 locations.
  • Recognize the features of a Solar PHB, advantages and disadvantages of a solar installation after nearly a year of service.

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Non-Members: $99.00

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This includes access to recording for 30 days, 1 evaluation, 1 certificate of completion, and 1.5 PDH credits.

Policies: All live web event purchases are non-refundable within 7 business days prior to the event. You will have access to the recording of the webinar for 30 days following the event. On-demand recordings provide PDH credit to the registered attendee only; and does not provide credit to multiple attendees at one location.  Once the live event is concluded and the recording is posted for on-demand status, it will have a 60 day shelf life. After the 60 days the webinar will be removed for archive. 

Webinar Available for Purchase until September 27, 2020.
7/23/2020 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

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