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I believe that legally, the sidewalk exists. Its just grass instead of concrete

I don't know where this is, so I can't say for certain. But from this distant view it looks like most pedestrians would continue through the space in between the bushes into some sort of open area that might be more walkable. Just guessin'.

This reminds me of the time I was staying in a big faux-botique hotel in Leesburg. Across eight lanes of traffic, there was a shopping mall with some retail, a restaurant, and a grocery store. I had to get a toothbrush, so I walked to the light, and got ready to cross.

There was no pedestrian signal whatsoever, no crosswalk, no sidewalks on either side of the street. You pretty much had to run across against the light, then walk in the middle of the access road that led to the shopping center.

Of course, the entire time I was muttering to myself about what a shit-hole the suburbs are.

Dan, that's what I do. But I'm not in a wheelchair.

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