Pedestrian Schemes

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Over the years, TMS have carried out the preliminary and detailed design of a number of pedestrian schemes in the UK. TMS has also carried out a large number of independent pedestrian crossing assessments (following the LTN 1/95 process) for clients such as Solihull Metropolitan Council.

Our experience

Some of the design schemes have been pelican and zebra controlled crossings; some specifically at University campuses, where pedestrian flows can be very high for short periods throughout the day.

Other pedestrian schemes have been designs for parts of "Safer Routes to School" in a number of areas UK wide.

TMS was also involved in the assessing and designing of pedestrian facilities to replace existing subways in Birmingham, as part of a major subway closure programme in the City.

Some examples of the different types of pedestrian schemes TMS have carried out are show below:

  • University of Warwick and Keele University - design of various controlled crossing facilities
  • Coventry City Council - Controlled pedestrian crossing design
  • Solihull MBC - A programme of Pedestrian Crossing Assessments to Local Transport Note 1/95 - The Assessment of Pedestrian Crossings; Solihull
  • Birmingham City Council - Subway Closure Programme: the assessment and design of alternative pedestrian facilities
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