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Since 2011 drivers and riders ar also required to give way to pedestrians crossing a road elsewhere – “If a pedestrian or cyclist “shows a clear intention to cross” (described as “an ostensible step forward or a hand gesture”) drivers will be required to stop for them. The only exception is where there is a designated pedestrian crossing less than 50m away.”
So good news for wheelchair pushers wanting to visit le soldat inconnu at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris (there is no wheelchair subway access) just check you are fifty yards from a designated crossing and step off boldly for the Arc…..