A Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) system is a push-button activated pedestrian signal that alerts drivers about the presence of a pedestrian within a crosswalk with yellow strobes. The City uses a guideline for when and where these devices are appropriate. At the 63rd and McIntyre intersection, with the location not meeting signal warrants, the RRFB design was developed to support pedestrian safety. This design includes modifications to the raised medians and was intended to be a low-cost and quick-build solution in response to the 2019 conditions. However, with logistical challenges and recent changes to engineering standards, this design now requires additional considerations to meet the updated engineering standards, forecasted traffic volumes, speeds, and pedestrian safety requirements. The City is assessing the application of the RRFB system alongside other alternatives, such as pedestrian traffic signal, given more recent data and public input.