Do you have an obligation to give way to the pedestrian who is approaching the pedestrian crossing?
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It can be seen that the pedestrian crossing is controlled by traffic signals (pedestrians have signals showing a red or green man).
But where is the red signal for traffic when the pedestrian has a green signal? The only traffic signals here are placed before the junction. Because there are no other signals, the conclusion is that it is these signals that also apply to the pedestrian crossing being approached by the pedestrian.
You have a green light at the junction, which means that the pedestrian will have a red light. You do not therefore have an obligation to give way, but you should always exercise caution because the pedestrian is an unprotected road-user.
There is also a driving licence book online (2023).
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