Does a crosswalk have to be marked?

Not necessarily, “Crosswalk” means: the portion of a roadway, including an intersection, designated as a pedestrian crossing by surface markings, including lines; or the portion of a roadway at an intersection that is within the connections of the lateral lines of the sidewalks on opposite sides of the highway measured from the curbs or, in the absence of curbs, from the edges of the traversable roadway. See Texas Transportation Code Sec. 541.302.

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1. Is it legal for a person to go through the trash receptacles of others?
2. Can I operate my ATV or electric bicycle on the sidewalk?
3. How do I know which side of the street to park on?
4. How can I get a copy of an accident report?
5. What is the City’s police recruitment procedure?
6. What are the legal parking distances from crosswalks, driveways, fire hydrants and other vehicles?
7. Does a crosswalk have to be marked?
8. What can I do if my vehicle breaks down on the street and is unable to be moved?
9. Can I park on my own lawn?
10. Where can I find the concealed and open carry laws and signs to post at my establishment?
11. I have a neighbor who is regularly causing a considerable amount of noise. What can I do?