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America, land of the too much free .. free to the point that every one became distracted that free didn't mean free but rather free for a select few .. the founding few .. #FoundersPride
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Poo-Doh Factory

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Sidewalk Canon (VI) On-Ramp
When exiting a building or accessing a lane of traffic from a street, you must observe the same rules applied in Part V.

Upon exiting a doorway you must:

1. Stop.
2. Look both directions regardless of intent.
3. Yield to all traffic.
4. Enter your lane of travel at an acceptable velocity as to not compromise other pedestrians.

This course of action applies as well to entrance from a street or automobile parked adjacent to a walkway.

Lane possessors must cautiously accommodate impediments such as doors or sublevel access points.
Sidewalk Canon (Part V) Lane Changes
When crossing perpendicular over an opposing lane, direction of travel must first be possessed. All intrusions into opposing traffic lanes must yield to opposing traffic and allow traffic to pass until a clear path of travel can be obtained.

When crossing a parallel lane, you must merge towards the center of the median, allowing for passage of succeeding pedestrians.

To change lanes outside of a corner or intersection, all edicts identified with a parallel lane change in addition to all edicts governed by (Part IV) must be observed.

Sidewalk Canon (Part IV) Corners
When approaching a corner, intersection passage must be observed in order to determine further progression.

1. If direction of travel displays (or implies) a "Don't Walk" status, cross traffic must be given right of way.

2. If direction of travel displays (or implies) a "Walk" status, travel must yield safely into the intersection, cross traffic having given the right the way.

Turning corners follows the above edict, lane change rules (see Part V) apply.