In most cases, it is the driver’s fault when a pedestrian is killed. Whether [citizens] like it or not, the law says you must stop for a pedestrian in a crosswalk. Period.
At [the pedestrian crosswalk on Broadway and near 12th Avenue], I'm sure people look before crossing the street. The problem is most cars through there do not drive 30. So I'd say it's difficult for a pedestrian sometimes to judge how far away a car is since most people don't drive the correct speed.
There's plenty of visibility there for [motorists] to see any pedestrians that walk out into the road and stop accordingly. If you get rear ended, that's the other driver's fault, not the pedestrian's.
Posted by “delltechkid”