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Once again, I almost got hit by a car turning right on red at Clinton Parkway and Kasold. Can you please print the rules and laws of pedestrians - who has the right of way?

"Right on red means you're supposed to stop, check for pedestrians and such things and other conflicts, and then proceed," said Chuck Soules, the city's director of public works. "You are supposed to stop. You are supposed to look, and only proceed if it's clear. If there's somebody there, you're supposed to yield to them. "But I always say, 'Pedestrians may have the right of way, but they're going to lose.' It doesn't matter if they have the right of way or not; they're not going to win in an accident."


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