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Figure 2: MUTCD, Figure 4E-2

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This illustration shows a plan view of one corner of a 90-degree intersection of two roadways, each with a sidewalk that is separated from the roadway by a green strip. On the corner radius are shown two curb-cut ramps, one aligned with the east-west crosswalk and one aligned with the north-south crosswalk. A left-pointing black arrow is shown above a black disc with a short stem on top, depicting a pedestrian pushbutton, is shown just to the right of the green strip near the edge of the sidewalk, below the east-west crosswalk. To the right of the north-south crosswalk, just below the green strip near the edge of the sidewalk, is shown an upward-pointing black arrow to the left of a black disc with a short stem on the left, depicting a pedestrian pushbutton. The distance between the two pedestrian pushbuttons is shown as a diagonal straight-line dimension of 3 m (10 ft) MIN. The distance from the pedestrian pushbutton to the curb at the edge of the roadway is shown as a dimension of 3 m (10 ft) MAX. The distance of the pedestrian pushbutton from the outside edge of the crosswalk is shown as a dimension of 1.5 m (5 ft) MAX.

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