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The Law and Zebra Crossings

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During a recent visit to Barbados, I stood on a Zebra Crossing, merely signalling my intention to cross a busy main road in Bridgetown. I suffered a culture shock, when the moving traffic in both directions stopped to accommodate me. So shocked was I, that I had to ask disbelievingly, whether the traffic on both sides had stopped for me. It was then I remembered that I was not in Trinidad.

What does the law say about zebra crossings in Trinidad and Tobago?

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