Chapter 10.44


10.44.010    Establishment of crosswalks.

10.44.020    Crossing in central traffic district.

10.44.010 Establishment of crosswalks.

A.    The City Council may establish, designate and maintain crosswalks at intersections and other places by appropriate devices, marks or lines upon the surface of the roadway.

B.    Crosswalks may be established and maintained at intersections within the central traffic district and at such other intersections where the City Council determines that there is a particular hazard to pedestrians crossing the roadway. (Ord. 1005 § 2, 2003. Code 1964 § 12.52.010.)

10.44.020 Crossing in central traffic district.

When crosswalks are established, no pedestrian shall cross a roadway other than by a crosswalk in the central traffic district or in any business district (as defined in CVC § 235). (Ord. 1005 § 2, 2003. Code 1964 § 12.52.020.)


For statutory provisions on local authority to establish crosswalks, see California Vehicle Code § 21106; for provisions on local regulation of pedestrian crosswalk use, see California Vehicle Code § 21961; for provisions on pedestrians, rights and duties, see California Vehicle Code § 21950 et seq.