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CIE 236

Lighting for Pedestrians: A Summary of Empirical Data

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Organization: CIE
Publication Date: 1 January 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 51
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Summary

This report concerns lighting for roads where pedestrians are the primary road user. Lighting guides recommend certain criteria for design such as target illuminances. The bases of these recommendations are, however, largely unstated or were not published in international magazines and got lost. The aim of this report is therefore to provide a summary of credible, empirical evidence of the effects of changes in lighting on the visual impressions and visual performance of pedestrians, as a basis for future revisions to design standards.

Document History

CIE 236
January 1, 2019
Lighting for Pedestrians: A Summary of Empirical Data
Summary This report concerns lighting for roads where pedestrians are the primary road user. Lighting guides recommend certain criteria for design such as target illuminances. The bases of these...

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