A Zebra Crossing is a British term for a crosswalk marked with broad white stripes. It is a place where pedestrians have the right of way to safely cross. A zebra’s black and white stripes come in different patterns unique to each individual. A common belief is that the stripes serve as camouflage.
A zebra crossing ( British English) or a marked crosswalk ( American English) is a pedestrian crossing marked with white stripes (zebra markings).  Normally, pedestrians are afforded precedence over vehicular traffic, although the significance of the markings may vary by jurisdiction.
Clean, quiet and friendly, Zebra Crossing is situated at the foot of Table Mountain close to cafe's, cinemas, supermarkets and museums. Centrally located just up from trendy Kloof street, 5 minutes walk from vibrant Long street , 5 minutes by taxi from the Waterfront and Table Mountain Cableway and within easy reach of Cape Town's famous beaches.
You don’t need to wait for a pedestrian to cross both zebra crossings when there is an island in the middle When queueing in traffic, you must leave the zebra crossing clear Fail to stop once a pedestrian has moved on to a crossing and at the very least you risk getting 3 points and a £100 Fixed Penalty Notice! You might also be interested in…
A zebra crossing is an area of the roadway painted with distinctive markings to indicate that it is available for the use of pedestrians who need to cross the road. Specific traffic laws vary worldwide, but generally pedestrians must use pedestrian crossings rather than jaywalking, where they cross the road at random.
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