A photo grid showing examples of various pedestrian infrastructure techniques. Listed treatments include: a sidewalk (sidewalk lined with trees on one side and grass on the other), a crosswalk (school yellow high-visibility crosswalk), a rectangular rapid flashing beacon (used to increase pedestrian visibility on smaller roads), a pedestrian hybrid beacon (used to increase pedestrian visibility on larger roads), curb extensions (concrete extensions of sidewalks near intersection corners), leading pedestrian interval (at signalized intersections, giving pedestrians the walk signal before the corresponding vehicle green signal), median refuge island (allows pedestrians to cross the street in two phases on larger roads), removing free-right turn lanes (where cars turning right don’t have to stop), no right turn on red restrictions (photo shows a sign stating the restriction), and traffic signal phasing modifications (adjusting signal timing and which phases run concurrently).
Step One:: Using your mouse or touchscreen, left click on or touch the map to show where you begin your trip.
Step Two: With the first point drawn, continue by left-clicking or touching the map to show where you turn along your route.
Step Three: To move the map while drawing your route, hold down your left button on your mouse and move the mouse to get to your desired location on the map or simply drag the map with your fingers on your touchscreen. To zoom in and out, use the wheel on your mouse or use the +/- icons in the lower right of your screen.
Step Four: To delete the last drawn point on your route, click the "Delete Last Point" button.
Step Five: To finish drawing your route, double click on the final point or click the "Finish Drawing" button.
Using your mouse or touchscreen, left click on or touch the map to add a marker to the map.