Figure 3B-17. Example of Crosswalk Markings for Exclusive Pedestrian Phase That Permits Diagonal Crossing
This figure shows an intersection with an example of crosswalk markings for an exclusive pedestrian phase that permits diagonal crossing.
A single solid white line is shown marked across the full width of each side of each roadway at the outside of the intersection, forming an outer "box." Inside the intersection, optional markings are shown. They are shown as solid white lines parallel to the white lines that cross the roadways, but they do not join each other. Where they would come together to form right angles at the corners of an inner "box," a space is shown, with angled, inward-pointing parallel solid white lines shown pointing toward the center of the intersection.