In recent years, drivers have become accustomed to left turn flashing yellow arrows (FYA) as an indication to yield to opposing traffic movements. Given that success, efforts have now been made to implement right turn FYA as an indication to drivers to yield to conflicting pedestrian movements. the right turn (RT) FYA have been used in conjunction with leading pedestrian intervals (LPI) which allow pedestrians the ability to enter the intersection ahead of yielding vehicles, thereby becoming more visible to drivers. Questions have arisen about the effectiveness of these two strategies as well as the conditions under which they should be implemented. this research sets out to develop guidelines for when to use RT FYA, when and how LPIs should be used in conjunction, and the expected impact on yielding and pedestrian safety.