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    Sec. 25-390. Not to Use Highways Except when Necessary; Keeping to Left.

     

    Sec. 25-390. Not to use highways except when necessary; keeping to left.
     
    Pedestrians shall not use the highways or streets, other than the sidewalk thereof, for travel, except when necessary to do so because of the absence of sidewalks, reasonably suitable and passable for their use, in which case, if they walk upon the hard surface, or the main-traveled portion of the roadway, they shall keep to the extreme left side or edge thereof, or where the shoulders of the highway are of sufficient width to permit, they may walk on either shoulder thereof. (Code 1959, § 20-255)
     
    Last updated date: 10/23/2006 4:15:21 PM