Road Rules for Pedestrians: A Diagrammatic Analysis

Most pedestrians and car drivers don’t understand who has right of way at intersections. Road Rule 73 and Road Rule 353 requires drivers who are turning from one street to another to give way to pedestrians crossing the road of the road they are entering but not the road they are leaving. Road Rule 230Continue reading “Road Rules for Pedestrians: A Diagrammatic Analysis”

We Want Wombats

A wombat crossing is wide, flat, and elevated marked pedestrian crossing. In short, it’s a zebra crossing on a speed hump. Named for the short stumpy Australian marsupial which it loosely resembles, the wombat crossing does several things: It elevates pedestrians relative to the street, increasing their visibility. This is important as cars are gettingContinue reading “We Want Wombats”