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Just for information, as you've got Australian and German answers (quite apart from the reminder that within the US, statutes do vary significantly by location), I'd mention that there is no such offence in the United Kingdom where it's considered a personal responsibility to cross the road safely! Well, just for @Community, despite the issues of attempting ...


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germany Do jaywalking laws apply mainly to areas with multi-lane roads and higher traffic, ... Yes, they only apply if the traffic density, driving speed, visibility or the flow of traffic require it. (§ 25(3) StVO) Straßenverkehrs-Ordnung (StVO) § 25 Fußgänger ... (3) Wer zu Fuß [Fußgänger] geht, hat Fahrbahnen unter Beachtung des Fahrzeugverkehrs zügig ...


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Many laws have very boring preambles, which people tend to ignore: definitions, procedural rules, etc. One of those is the "Jurisdiction" or "Applicability" section, which states in which locations the law applies. That is the section of interest here. A campground is private property, and the roads there are not public roads. It would ...


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australia The rules for pedestrians are in Part 14 of the Road Rules (NSW rules linked but they are uniform across Australia). The relevant rules are Nos 230 Crossing a road—general and 234 Crossing a road on or near a crossing for pedestrians They say: 230(1) A pedestrian crossing a road— (a) must cross by the shortest safe route, and (b) must not stay ...


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I believe the answer you seek can be found by searching for the terms "(desired state name) statutes pedestrian crossing." In the case of the state of Florida, there are references to the situation you describe. Some of it appears slightly contradictory, but the ones that apply are not ambiguous: (10) Every pedestrian crossing a roadway at any ...


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