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Why aren’t all crosswalks at intersections painted?
Studies indicate that more accidents involving pedestrians actually occur in marked crosswalks than unmarked crosswalks. One reason may be the false sense of security that painted crosswalks provide. Therefore, crosswalks should be marked only where necessary for the guidance and control of pedestrians, per the City’s guidelines.

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1. Why are "SLOW - Children at Play" signs so rare?
2. Why aren’t all crosswalks at intersections painted?
3. How does the City determine speed limits?
4. How does the City determine which intersections include stop signs?