Jaywalking - Wikipedia
Jaywalking occurs when a pedestrian crosses a roadway where regulations do
not permit doing so. Examples include a pedestrian crossing between ... More »
The origin of the word has nothing to do with the shape of the letter J.
When you cross the street through the middle and not at the intersections were
you are supposed to. They call it Jay walking, because back in the 1900s in New
Jaywalking means violating pedestrian traffic laws, most often by crossing a
street illegally. While jaywalking is a low level offense, it can draw fines in most if.
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Sep 10, 2010 ... REXBURG - Jaywalking. We've all done it. Around BYU-Idaho thousands of
students walk across the streets each day, and not all of them use ...
Jul 9, 2012 ... Today I found out where the word “jaywalking” came from. For those not familiar
with this term (i.e. many people outside of the United States), ...
Jaywalking definition, to cross a street at a place other than a regular crossing or
in a heedless manner, as diagonally or against a traffic light. See more.
Aug 20, 2015 ... Tensions between cars & pedestrians aren't new, but pedestrians are working to
make jaywalking the rule of the road.
The term jaywalking originates from the word "jay". Contrary to popular belief, this
is not the shape of the path the person makes. Instead, jay was the name given ...
intr.v. jay·walked, jay·walk·ing, jay·walks. To walk across a street in violation of
traffic law, especially by crossing outside of a marked pedestrian crosswalk at an