verb (used without object)
to cross a street at a place other than a regular crossing or in a heedless manner, as diagonally or against a traffic light.
) to cross or walk in a street recklessly or illegally
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One idea would be return to aggressive enforcement of the laws against jaywalking in the affected areas.
Jaywalking is also a major contributor to pedestrian fatalities.
Stop for pedestrian and jaywalking laws are emphasized.
Jaywalking, between signal controlled intersections.
Improper crossing, including jaywalking, was a major pedestrian contributing factor in the four cities.
Thoughtless use of crosswalks is perhaps less safe than careful jaywalking.
It was at this time that a pedestrian, who was apparently jaywalking, entered the roadway and was struck by her vehicle.
Where she grew up, you could lose your driver's license for jaywalking and violating bike laws.