Comment 91574

By movedtohamilton (registered) | Posted August 30, 2013 at 08:25:01

"If a driver is approaching an uncontrolled intersection and a pedestrian is already at the intersection and trying to cross it (meaning the pedestrian has not yet begun crossing), the driver is not lawfully required to yield. "

This is at the heart of the problem, near us at Wentworth & Delaware. Heavy southbound traffic is racing from the traffic light at Main St. Drivers NEVER yield to pedestrians, who are either trying to cross or have begun to cross the uncontrolled intersection. There are lines painted, and that's all there is.

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