APS Guide Overview
“Accessible Pedestrian Signals: A Guide to Best Practices” serves as a single source of information on most issues surrounding the topic of APS. This includes topics such as how APS are used by blind or low vision pedestrians, what features are available for APS, and how intersections corners should be designed to accommodate APS. It was produced in 2009 under National Cooperative Highway Research Program Project 3-62, first as a printed manual and then as online text, presented on this website.
The chapters of “Accessible Pedestrian Signals: A Guide to Best Practices” can be perused using the links to the left.
Click here to download a printable PDF version of the manual (26 MB, 340 pages).