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crosswalk

An area across a street or road esp. designated for pedestrians by special markings or paving materials.
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The way crosswalks are situated, getting to them would most likely require someone to walk uphill if they plan to cross back and forth.
They cross back and forth from Main Street businesses to the Price Chopper plaza, where they park, and many do not use the crosswalk.
Other intersections in Los Angeles also will be considered for smart crosswalks, which cost $35,000 to $75,000 each, he said.
Tate was in the crosswalk crossing from an overflow parking area toward the Longview Corporate Center when she was hit.
The launch of iGrid propels Crosswalk to the center of a rapidly growing market opportunity," said Francis.
Since a warning sign was posted in March, airport police have ticketed 120 pedestrians, including some Southwest employees, for using the illegal crosswalk.
Bell Microproducts brings an extensive line-card of products and services, expertise in storage technology and a full complement of supply chain management services that will help Crosswalk meet its customer demand for the new iGrid systems.
A city employee will be posing as a pedestrian, walking across a marked crosswalk at 16th and Polk - chosen because it's a straight stretch and clearly visible, Marsh said.
yZMyR (CyHAN)- Turkey's first three-dimensional crosswalk was put into service in yzmir's Seferihisar district to raise awareness to the use of crosswalk in an effort to prevent traffic accidents.
What I do have an issue with is the crosswalk situation.
com)-- ICD Crosswalk problem is right around the corner.
The long-term goal of the Sofia's municipality is for every sixth crosswalk in the city to become a raised one.