Nagrebelna, L. P., Belenchuk, O. V., Kononenko, A. O.
Raised pedestrian crossings as a means of securing pedestrians
Abstract. Pedestrian safety is one of the most important problems of the present. Its solution requires the introduction of advanced equipment of road traffic management. It is precisely this way that the pedestrian crossing is raised above the passageway.
Keywords: traffic safety, road, pedestrian, road accident.
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