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Added Dec 11 2017

Back in May, Denver Public Works installed a “rapid flashing beacon” at 30th and Downing. The signals are meant to get drivers to yield to people walking and using wheelchairs, and they’re now up and running at five more crosswalks around the city.

The intersections of Central Park Boulevard and Xanthia Way, 51st and Lowell, Josephine Street at the Denver Botanic Gardens, Holly and Cedar, and 26th and Newton now have flashing pedestrian crossings.

The intersections of Central Park Boulevard and Xanthia Way, 51st and Lowell, Josephine Street at the Denver Botanic Gardens, Holly and Cedar, and 26th and Newton now have flashing pedestrian crossings.

The intersections of Central Park Boulevard and Xanthia Way, 51st and Lowell, Josephine Street at the Denver Botanic Gardens, Holly and Cedar, and 26th and Newton now have flashing pedestrian crossings.

The intersections of Central Park Boulevard and Xanthia Way, 51st and Lowell, Josephine Street at the Denver Botanic Gardens, Holly and Cedar, and 26th and Newton now have flashing pedestrian crossings.

Original article
https://denver.streetsblog.org/2017/12/11/eyes-on-the-street-flashing-pedestrian-signals-in-sloans-lake-regis-congress-park-stapleton-hilltop/
Date published
December 11, 2017
    Eyes on the Street: Flashing Pedestrian Signals in Sloan's Lake, Regis, Congress Park, Stapleton, Hilltop
    Back in May, Denver Public Works installed a "rapid flashing beacon" at 30th and Downing. The signals are meant to get drivers to yield to people walking and using wheelchairs, and they're now up and running at five more crosswalks around the city.
    https://denver.streetsblog.org

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