Schréder - Pedestrian crossing solutions

Pedestrian in the driver’s eyes

In urban areas, the driver’s attention is naturally focused about 100 metres ahead, at an angle of about 5°. It is therefore important that the pedestrian appears early enough in his field of vision. Vertical illumination of the pedestrian should enable the driver to see the pedestrian and react accordingly. At 50 km/h, an average motorist needs about 43 metres to stop.




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