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The Public Right-of-Way Accessibility Guidelines (PROWAG) rulemaking has concluded. The PROWAG final rule has been published in the Federal Register. Please visit the Access Board’s PROWAG page for the guidelines.

Interfacing Accessible Pedestrian Signals (APS) with Traffic Signal Control Equipment

Appendix B: References

1.Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). Millenium Edition. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Washington, D.C., 2000.

2.Bentzen, B.L. & Tabor, L.S.(1998). Accessible Pedestrian Signals.U.S. Access Board, Washington, D.C.,1998.

3.Building a True Community. Final Report. Public Rights-of-Way Access Advisory Committee (PROWAAC), U.S. Access Board, Washington, D.C.,January 2001.

4.History Web Site., Accessed October 1, 2002.

5.Pline, James L. (Ed.). Traffic Control Devices Handbook. Institute of Transportation Engineers, Washington, D.C., 2001.

6.Traffic Control System Operations: Installation, Management, and Maintenance. Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), Washington,D.C., 2000.

7.Barlow, J.M., Bentzen, B.L., & Tabor, L.S. Accessible Pedestrian Signals: Synthesis and Guide to Best Practice. Draft Report. National Cooperative Highway Research Program, Project 3-62, January 2003.

8.Bentzen, B., Barlow, J., Franck, L. Determining Recommended Language for Speech Messages used by Accessible Pedestrian Signals: Final Report.Accessible Design for the Blind, Berlin, MA, January, 2002.