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58 b) Offset (or Z) pedestrian crossings treatment's application. Actual cost estimates were not avail- c) Pedestrian swing gates able; costs can also change dramatically over time and may 6. Channelization/markings depend on location. a) Pavement marking, texturing, and striping The following information is provided for each treatment: b) Quick curbs c) Rumble strips · The treatment name and alternative names, d) Channelizations · Basic summary of the treatment's intended operation, e) Illumination of crossings · Picture(s) or illustrations of the treatment in operation, · Purpose of the treatment, 7. Education and enforcement · Suitable installation locations, a) Photo enforcement · Implementation effects, b) Enforcement · Contraindications to treatment (situations where the treat- c) Education outreach programs ment is not appropriate or may be harmful), d) CCTV/video recording · Relative cost, · Other resources available, · Links to related treatments, Safety Treatment Information · A short list of agencies that have experience with the Included in the Catalog treatment, The catalog is designed for practitioners. It describes each · Examples from agencies that have installed the treatment, treatment and gives the treatment's purpose, implementation and effects, relative costs, and (where available) examples of the · Information about agencies that are conducting trials.