The content of this site is a product of the National Cooperative Highway Research Program Project 3-62, Guidelines for Accessible Pedestrian Signals. This research study used extensive field testing to determine which APS features and locations are most beneficial for blind and visually impaired pedestrians. The web site content was adapted from the document produced by the NCHRP study, entitled Accessible Pedestrian Signals: A Guide to Best Practices.


View the online version of the APS Guide to Best Practices.

Or, download the full guidance document in printable PDF form.

Online Workshop

View a walkthrough of APS installation based on adapted versions of the Powerpoint slides used in the one-day in-person workshop.


Find information regarding common installation problems, informative webinars, and so much more!