Crosswalks and Limit Lines

Limit lines are the white lines that appear across the street before an intersection or crosswalk. Stop at these lines. If you don’t see a limit line, you should stop at the corner.  Wait until the intersection is clear to proceed safely.

Crosswalks are marked with broad white or yellow lines across the road. They designate areas where pedestrians may cross the road. If you do not see a crosswalk, pedestrians may still cross at intersections where roadways meet; this is called an unmarked crosswalk. You should always be aware of pedestrians attempting to cross and give them the right-of-way in marked and unmarked crosswalks.

Near schools, you may see yellow cross lines and signs that say ‘SCHOOL XING.’ You should be cautious and aware of children near the road in these areas.