Honolulu drivers might be asked to use hazard lights at crosswalks
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Jan. 25, 2019
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Bill 83, authored by Ron Menor, pictured below, would require motorists to turn on hazard lights when stopped for a pedestrian at a crosswalk. Above, a pedestrian waves to stopped cars at a crosswalk on Punchbowl Street.
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Workers installed signs and markings in October on Pali Highway, which is known for pedestrian accidents. If the law is passed to flash hazard lights while a pedestrian is in a crosswalk, it could save more lives.