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When a pedestrian-control signal exhibiting the words "walk" or "don't walk" is in place, the signal indicates as follows:
(1) "walk" - a pedestrian facing this signal may proceed across the roadway in the direction of the signal, and every driver must yield the right-of-way to the pedestrian;
(2) "don't walk" - no pedestrian may start to cross the roadway in the direction of this signal; a pedestrian who has partially completed his crossing on the "walk" signal shall proceed to a sidewalk or safety island while the "don't walk" signal is showing.
History: In effect before 7/28/59; am 12/15/61, Register 3; am 8/10/66, Register 22; am 12/31/69, Register 31; am 6/28/79, Register 70
Authority: AS 28.05.011
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