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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.