Recent Examples of crosswalk from the Web
A stencil of the skateboard Perez was riding is painted in the crosswalk.
In Nashville, some protesters were walking through an intersection in the marked crosswalk when a car piled into them, carrying a couple of them down the street until the local police finally flagged it down.
Crews are also repaving the roadway in asphalt from the Michoud Bridge to Chef Menteur Highway, installing new sidewalks and intersection curb ramps compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and striping with high-visibility crosswalks.
Two women, ages 63 and 85, were crossing an unmarked crosswalk on North Columbus Avenue near Palm Drive sometime around 8:15 p.m. on Aug. 2 when a vehicle traveling south on Columbus collided into them.
Other proposals in the nine-month, nearly $250,000 study include shuttle service between shopping areas, two bridges to take pedestrians and cyclists over U.S. 30, and crosswalks with center islands along the highway.
CCDC is in the early stages of making its case to ITD and the Ada County Highway District for one street level crosswalk, said Matt Edmond, project manager of capital improvements at CCDC.
The work includes pavement patching, resurfacing, installing new brick paver crosswalks and adjusting manholes.
And some drivers will note that the large side mirrors sit a little high, which means taking a second look for pedestrians in crosswalks.
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First Known Use of crosswalk
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Definition of crosswalk for English Language Learners
: a marked path where people can safely walk across a street or road
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