New House Bill Could Change Crosswalk Laws

ATHENS — Changes could be coming to Georgia’s crosswalks. A new Georgia General Assembly bill would require vehicles to stop at crosswalks as soon as a light or other warning device is activated.

Grady Newsource reporter Rebecca Scott went to the crosswalk on Prince Avenue to see the situation pedrestrains are facing. Find out tonight at 5 what the new bill could do to keep situations like this from happening.


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