TraffiCalm Push 2 Cross has Florida approval 

Solar-powered pedestrian crossing system can be used for mid-block applications
Enforcement / May 12, 2021
By Ben Spencer
TraffiCalm Push 2 Cross Pedestrian Safety Solution Florida Department of Transportation
TraffiCalm system features reliable hardened designs and a warning to drivers at the press of a button (image credit: TraffiCalm)

TraffiCalm's Push 2 Cross pedestrian safety solution with rectangular flashing beacons has been accepted onto the Florida Department of Transportation approved products list.

TraffiCalm says the crossing enhancement system features reliable hardened designs, efficient solar energy and a warning to drivers at the press of a button. 

It is built on the TraffiCalm flashing sign system's wireless devices and can provide years of pedestrian assurance at that crossing, the company adds. 

Push 2 Cross can be used in safe routes to school, complete streets or for mid-block pedestrian crossing applications.

Configuration setting for Push 2 Cross can be made through TraffiCalm's Wi-Fi connection platform TC Connect, which it insists requires no internet connection, apps or software. 

The user can select from multiple options and setting with any browser-enabled device. 

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