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Industrial Analysis Project Presentation

Industrial Analysis Project Presentation - Crosswalk Study...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Crosswalk Study on University of Houston Main Campus Gustavo Rosa Juan Munoz Alfredo Oran
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Overview Background Purpose Current Conditions of Crosswalks Data Collection Data Analysis Results Concluding Comments Recommendations Questions?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Background Crosswalk studies are very commonly performed by cities, states and campuses nation wide. These studies are done for many different reasons such as security, handicap accessibility, materials, driver psychology, etc. Crosswalk studies help to perfect techniques currently used for crosswalks and consequently, increasing the safety of pedestrians.
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Purpose Reduce pedestrian-vehicular conflicts, improve safety and enhance pedestrian crossings on campus. The study verified priority pedestrian movement on campus, and clarified assumptions of pedestrian behavior in order to understand pedestrian and vehicular conflict points, locations, and the reasons why. Analyze the data collected from the study. Reach conclusions and recommend feasible solutions.
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Current Conditions of Crosswalks They are not properly signalized. Modern devices such as cell phones have increasingly become a hazard for those who use crosswalks. Pedestrians tend to disregard crosswalk signals when using electronic devices.
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