Examples of Accessible Pedestrian Signals

Accessible pedestrian signals are devices that communicate information about the WALK and DON'T WALK intervals at signalized intersections in non-visual formats to pedestrians who are blind or who have low vision.

This website provides a comprehensive source of information on APS, including how APS are used, what features are recommended or required, and how to design intersection corners to accommodate APS appropriately.


View the online version of the APS Guide to Best Practices.

Or, download the full guidance document in printable PDF form.

Online Workshop

View a walkthrough of APS installation based on adapted versions of the Powerpoint slides used in the one-day in-person workshop.


Find information regarding common installation problems, informative webinars, and so much more!