|1. Report No.
|2. Government Accession
|3. Recipient's Catalog No.
|4. Title and Subtitle
Guide for Maintaining Pedestrian Facilities for Enhanced Safety
|5. Report Date
|6. Performing Organization Code Report No.
Tom Huber, Kevin Luecke, Michael Hintze, Virginia Coffman, Jennifer Toole, Matt VanOosten
|8. Performing Organization Report No.
|9. Performing Organization Name and Address
Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.
8300 Boone Blvd., Suite 700
Vienna, VA 22182
|10. WWork Unit No. (TRAIS)
|11. Contract or Grant No.
|12. Sponsoring Agency Name and Address
Federal Highway Administration Office of Safety
1200 New Jersey Ave., SE
Washington, DC 20590
|13. Type of Report and Period Covered
|14. Sponsoring Agency Code
|15. Supplementary Notes
The contract manager for this report was Tamara Redmon (FHWA Office of Safety). The project team gratefully acknowledges the input provided by the report and guide's panel of experts. These panel members are:
- Paula Reeves, Washington Department of Transportation, Olympia, WA
- Sean Harbaugh, Columbia Association, Columbia, MD
- Donna Gardino, Fairbanks MPO, Fairbanks, AK
- Mike O'Meara, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Wisconsin Rapids, WI
- Tom Fischer, City of Tuscon, Arizona
- Arthur Ross, City of Madison, WI
- Mary Anne Koos, Florida DOT
- Kevin Farrington, City of Plattsburgh, New York
- Dan Bauer, City of Minneapolis, MN
- Yon Lambert, City of Alexandria, VA
Melissa Anderson of the U.S. Access Board, Washington D.C. is acknowledged for both her participation on the panel and for her tireless assistance and guidance on accessibility issues. FHWA staff members who provided initial and on-going direction include Gabe Rousseau, Candace Groudine, Jody McCullough, Brooke Struve, Michelle Noch, Kristie Johnson, Hillary Isebrands, and Peter Eun.
Images were provided by Toole Design Group, City of Charlotte, City of Ithaca, and panel members Paula Reeves, Tom Fisher, Melissa Anderson, and Sean Harbaugh.
A Guide for Maintaining Pedestrian Facilities for Enhanced Safety provides guidance for maintaining pedestrian facilities with the primary goal of increasing safety and mobility. The Guide addresses the needs for pedestrian facility maintenance; common maintenance issues; inspection, accessibility, and compliance; maintenance measurers; funding; and construction techniques to reduce future maintenance.
|17. Key Words:
pedestrian, facility, maintenance, sidewalk, path, crosswalk, signal, funding, repair, concrete, asphalt, safety, accessibility, access, patching, curb ramps, ADA, hazard, crack, inspection
|18. Distribution Statement
|19. Security Classif. (of this report) Unclassified
||20. Security Classif. (of this page) Unclassified
||21. No. of Pages