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Where do the majority of accidents involving both motor vehicles and pedestrians occur?

Nearly one-third of accidents involving both motor vehicles and pedestrians occur at or near pedestrian crossings – a place where pedestrians should be protected and able to feel safe.

You must always approach pedestrian crossings with caution – regardless of whether the crossing is supervised or unsupervised, whether you have a green light, or whether you are approaching when either driving straight ahead or when making a turn.