Some articles on signal, pedestrians, pedestrian:
... A HAWK beacon (High-Intensity Activated crossWalK beacon) is a traffic signal used to stop road traffic and allow pedestrians to cross safely ... It is officially known as a "pedestrian hybrid beacon" ... The purpose of a HAWK beacon is to allow protected pedestrian crossings, stopping road traffic only as needed ...
... rules in the United States and Canada typically require a driver to yield the right of way to a pedestrian crossing a road when the pedestrian crosses at a marked ... the Uniform Vehicle Code, state codes often do not prohibit a pedestrian to cross a roadway between intersections if at least one of the two adjacent intersections is not ... State codes often permit pedestrians to use roads which are not controlled access facilities and without sidewalks but they must keep to the leftmost side of the road unless this ...
Famous quotes containing the words signal and/or pedestrian:
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