§ 70.11  CROSSING LANCASTER AVENUE ON FOOT RESTRICTED.
   (A)   No pedestrian shall cross Lancaster Avenue in the city from its intersection at Barnes Mill Road to its intersection at Crabbe Street at any location other than an intersection controlled by a traffic signal and including a marked pedestrian crosswalk.
   (B)   When any such intersection is controlled by a traffic signal only, no pedestrian shall initiate the crossing of Lancaster Avenue unless and until the traffic signal facing the pedestrian is green in color. A yellow traffic signal facing the pedestrian indicates that there is insufficient time for a pedestrian to complete a crossing safely and no pedestrian shall initiate a crossing when facing either a yellow or a red traffic signal.
   (C)   When any such intersection is controlled by a traffic signal and by a pedestrian crossing signal, no pedestrian shall initiate the crossing of Lancaster Avenue unless and until the pedestrian crossing signal facing the pedestrian is white in color. A pedestrian crossing signal facing the pedestrian which is orange in color and blinking indicates that there is insufficient time for a pedestrian to complete a crossing safely and no pedestrian shall initiate a crossing when facing either a blinking orange or a steady orange pedestrian crossing signal.
(Ord. 02-22, passed 7-18-02)  Penalty, see 70.99