Comment 61996

By Tecumseh (registered) | Posted April 08, 2011 at 14:54:14

I understand that the Highway Traffic Act only outlaws pedestrians crossing against a signal (e.g. crossing when there's a red hand showing). Presumably then to charge pedestrians crossing mid-block officers would need to use a city by-law as justification.

Can someone point me in the direction of the actual City by-law that outlaws crossing mid-block? I think it would be useful to see the text of that by-law, because as far as I can tell, without a city by-law there are no grounds to charge someone with "jaywalking" if they are crossing mid-block.

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