Road Warrior: How one man is working to curb pedestrian crashes

January 24, 2018

But in its publications, the USDOT acknowledges that the advanced safety systems are not widely used across the nation, “so agencies should consider an education and outreach effort when implementing [one] within a community.”

“They work, but I think many engineers either don’t know about them or they’re more comfortable using systems they’re most familiar with,” said Leigh Ann Von Hagen, senior research manager for the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers University.

NorthJersey.com, January 24, 2018

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