Non-visible Crosswalks will be Painted Soon


By Jayna Smith

Crosswalks are marked areas where pedestrians can safely cross a roadway.  By law in the State of Maine (Title 29A Subsection 2056,4), motorists must stop for pedestrians who are waiting in marked crosswalks.  This does not mean waiting near a crosswalk, such as, for instance, standing back on the sidewalk.  

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