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ODOT is improving safety for people walking, biking or rolling at crossings by installing Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons, also known as pedestrian activated beacons, at locations across Region 1. The beacons are a critical part of ODOT's efforts to maintain a modern and safe transportation system.
Pedestrian activated beacons are installed at specific pedestrian crossings with high pedestrian and vehicle traffic to alert drivers that people are crossing the street.
When someone activates the beacon by pushing the button, yellow LED lights will flash to alert people driving to the presence of someone at the crossing.
Other completed rectangular rapid flashing beacons locations as of June 2020 include:
Weekly Construction Updates
Historic Columbia River Highway
ACEC/ODOT Brown Bag Lunch Series
Region 1 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program
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