Walk – Pedestrians may cross the roadway and vehicles must yield the right-of-way.
Don’t Walk – Pedestrians are prohibited from crossing the roadway, but are to proceed to the sidewalk, if they are already in the crosswalk.
Don’t Walk (flashing) – Pedestrians shall not start to cross the roadway, but, if they are already in the crosswalk, shall proceed to a sidewalk.
Pedestrian facing green signal – Unless the green signal is a turn arrow, may proceed across the roadway in a marked or unmarked crosswalk.
Pedestrian facing steady circular yellow or yellow arrow signal – Pedestrians are prohibited from starting to cross a roadway.
Pedestrian facing steady red signal – Pedestrians are prohibited from entering a crosswalk.
Vehicle facing a circular green signal – Vehicles may proceed straight, but must yield right-of-way to pedestrians who are lawfully within the intersection or an adjacent crosswalk at the time the light turns green.
Vehicle facing green arrow signal – Vehicles must yield the right-of-way to pedestrians lawfully within an adjacent crosswalk
Vehicle facing a red signal – Vehicles must yield the right-of-way to pedestrians within an adjacent crosswalk.
Driver stopped at crosswalk to permit a pedestrian to cross – It is illegal for someone approaching in another vehicle from the rear to pass the driver.
No traffic control signal or it is not working – Vehicle must yield to a pedestrian on the same side of the road.
No crosswalk – The pedestrian must yield.
Two intersections with crosswalks – A pedestrian cannot cross, except in a crosswalk.
Pedestrians on a sidewalk – A driver must yield the right-of-way.
Emergency vehicles – Pedestrians must yield the right-of-way.
- A driver has a duty to use caution to avoid hitting a pedestrian.
It is a crime to walk on the highway while under the influence of alcohol.