In North Carolina, the law dictates that motorists yield to pedestrians wherever there is the designated white stripe walkway pattern on the road. Near city hall, there are many of these and there are signs to remind (and inform tourists) the public that state law requires motorists yield. However at this crosswalk, pedestrians are repeatedly endangered by motorists who do not yield. Given the dense pedestrian traffic (this is the pointed corner of Pritchard Park), I'd like the city to put up a flashing light sign - or at least a sign - instructing motorists to follow the law. I believe that this would reduce injuries and make the community more walkable and pleasant overall.