In an earlier question, I discovered that in many jurisdictions, such as Florida and Ohio, you need a marked crosswalk to cross any streets/roads whose intersections have traffic control signals. While "traffic control signals" would definitely include traffic lights, do stop signs qualify as such in these states? I've talked with some about it but haven't received a conclusive answer.
For one reference, Law Insider says a traffic control device (which seems to be more general than a traffic control signal) is "a flagger, sign, signal, [...] used to regulate, warn or guide traffic, [...]." But what we're looking at, a traffic control signal, is "a traffic control device, whether manually, electrically or mechanically operated, by which traffic is directed to stop and to proceed." Are "signals" therefore different from "signs"? While Law Insider seems to say yes, would Florida and Ohio agree? Thanks!