Crosswalk Zones benefit pedestrians by directing them to cross at locations where appropriate traffic control, including traffic signals or adult school crossing guards are provided. Crosswalk Sign Awareness may help to slow traffic or reduce pedestrian crashes.



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Challenged families and pedestrian crossings

An autistic teenager was involved in a hit-and-run accident. While the mother attended household chores, the autistic teen ran from the yard.  The autistic teen was upset because he could not have spaghetti that night. Ultimately, he ran into a busy intersection unable to understand the pedestrian crossing signs. Unfortunately, the driver of a SUV…

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