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I have so much anger towards dumb pedestrians. They say bikers are bad? No, it's people who are oblivious to their surroundings and entitlement that should not go unpunished. It's enforcing that it's ok to be a dumb fuck on the streets.
That dumb, oblivious pedestrian translates into a dumb fucking biker, into a dumb fucking driver. Hey, next time a guy blows through a red, it's probably the same guy who fucking J-walks everywhere regardless of on coming traffic and crosses the street on a red. These people need to get fucking bitch slapped every time they cross the street.
The only time I've ever seen someone get ticketed for crossing the street on a red hand is in Harold and Kumar.
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[22-12, 08:51]mellomandidnt think and went in straight..scrapped like a bitch
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as you didnt come to a complete stop at the stop line, ICBC might try to pin it on both parties if theres an accident...
MOTOR VEHICLE ACT
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 318
129 (1) Subject to subsection (2), when a red light alone is exhibited at an intersection by a traffic control signal, the driver of a vehicle approaching the intersection and facing the red light must cause it to stop before entering the marked crosswalk on the near side of the intersection, or if there is no marked crosswalk, before entering the intersection, and subject to the provisions of subsection (3), must not cause the vehicle to proceed until a traffic control signal instructs the driver that he or she is permitted to do so.
(2) The driver of a bus approaching an intersection and facing a red light and a prescribed white rectangular indicator may cause the bus to proceed through the intersection.
(3) Despite subsection (1), and except when a right turn permitted by this subsection is prohibited by a sign at an intersection, the driver of a vehicle facing the red light, and which in obedience to it is stopped as closely as practicable to a marked crosswalk on the near side of the intersection, or if there is no marked crosswalk, as closely as practicable to the intersection, may cause the vehicle to make a right turn, but the driver must yield the right of way to all pedestrians and vehicles lawfully proceeding as directed by the signal at the intersection.
(4) When a red light alone is exhibited at an intersection by a traffic control signal,
(a) a pedestrian facing the red light must not enter the roadway unless instructed that he or she may do so by a pedestrian traffic control signal,
(b) except when a left turn permitted by this paragraph is prohibited by a sign at the intersection, the driver of a vehicle facing the red light at the intersection of not more than 2 highways, and which in obedience to it is stopped as closely as practicable to a marked crosswalk on the near side of the intersection, or if there is no marked crosswalk, as closely as practicable to the intersection, may cause the vehicle to make a left turn into a highway on which traffic is restricted to the direction in which he or she causes the vehicle to turn, but the driver must yield the right of way to all pedestrians and vehicles lawfully proceeding as directed by the signal at the intersection, and
(c) a pedestrian proceeding across the roadway and facing the red light exhibited after he or she entered the roadway
(i) must proceed to the sidewalk as quickly as possible, and
(ii) has the right of way for that purpose over all vehicles.
(5) When a red light is exhibited at a place other than an intersection by a traffic control signal,
(a) the driver of a vehicle approaching the signal must cause it to stop before entering the nearest marked crosswalk in the vicinity of the signal, or if there is no marked crosswalk, before reaching the signal, and
(b) a pedestrian may proceed across the roadway.
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Originally Posted by matrixfwd
I thought he was being dumb for being zoned out and not looking both ways before crossing
Also never looking around him even once while he was crossing either. I am perfectly willing to stop for pedestrians in any reasonable situation involving them trying to cross the road. Seeing how I am in a 3,000 lb pile of metal hurling in their general direction, all I want in return is some basic apparent awareness and acknowledgement of the situation.