an area marked for crossing the street back
a path (often marked) where something (as a street or railroad) can be crossed to get from one side to the other
a marked area on a street where it is safer to cross
That portion of a roadway ordinarily included with the continuation or connection of the lateral lines of sidewalks at intersection or any portion of a roadway distinctly indicated for pedestrian crossing by lines or other markings on the surface. (MN 169.01 Subd. 37)
(a) that part of a roadway at an intersection included within the connections of the lateral lines of the sidewalks on opposite sides of the highway measured from the curbs or in the absence of curbs, from the edges of the traversable roadway, and in the absence of a sidewalk on one side of the roadway, the part of a roadway included within the extension of the lateral lines of the sidewalk at right angles to the centerline; (b) any portion of a roadway at an intersection or elsewhere distinctly indicated for pedestrian crossing by lines or other markings on the surface. (MUTCD)
Portion of a roadway where pedestrians are permitted to cross the roadway. A crosswalk can be marked or unmarked.
The horizontal portion of roadways, usually at intersections, reserved for pedestrian crossing; it may be marked or unmarked. Three marking patterns using white striping are most common: 1) Double Parallel lines, 2) "Zebra Stripes:" white cross hatches perpendicular to the pedestrian direction of travel, or 3) "Ladder:" perpendicular white cross hatches combined with double parallel lines on the outside edges.
zebra crossing, pedestrian crossing
Pedestrian crossing in a vehicular roadway.