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Pedestrian Facilities and How to Use Them
The Florida Department of Transportation provides a separate walkway (either a sidewalk or a path) along State roads within one mile of an urban area, except for roads where pedestrians are specifically prohibited, such as Interstate Highways. All pedestrian facilities must meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. Specific guidance for the size and design of sidewalk and paths can be found in the FDOT Design Manual, Standard Plans and the Traffic Engineering Manual.
The Pedestrian Facilities you will find on FDOT roads include the following:
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