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Innovative pedestrian crossing on the highway M7 “Moscow – Nizhny Novgorod”

As part of the program to improve the emergency stop on the 68-kilometer highway M-7 Moscow – Nizhny Novgorod near the village Bunkovo ​​PKU Uprdor “Moscow – Nizhny Novgorod” put into operation a new pedestrian crossing.

Company “AIR Highway” was designed by the innovative complex notation unregulated pedestrian crossings and attract additional attention to the drivers of vehicles approaching a dangerous site.

This complex includes a unique warning sign “Pedestrian crossing” with a pulse indicator light, which is set 100 meters from a pedestrian crossing, and informs the driver of approaching emergency and dangerous section of road. The sign is connected to a road lighting system, and is open 24 hours a day. The LEDs used in the apparatus are increased luminous characteristics capable equally efficiently both at night and in the daytime.

But the main part of the warning system is installed directly at the pedestrian crossing. It includes signs “Pedestrian crossing” with internal lighting installed above the carriageway on the L-shaped supports. At the bottom of the sign posted lens LED – lights that in the mode of direct light from above illuminate the road markings “zebra” and passing it on pedestrians. These technical means are lit only at night, lighting at the same time the central lighting system.

In addition, the complex includes a two-piece lights T7 labeled pedestrian path, flashing non-stop.

All used technical solutions used by “AIR Magistral” in the development of this complex are fully domestic developments made in the suburban town of Yakhroma and adapted to the actual traffic situation on the roads of Russia. By implementing the system, developers have taken into account all the factors affecting the efficient operation of the system: the climatic conditions of operation to a psychological portrait of the average motorist and the factors influencing their behavior behind the wheel.