You'll need to use stealth as GZ is overlooked by residential and business property's.
Keep an eye out for young cacher's near the road.
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PELICAN crossings have red/amber/green signals facing drivers, and red man/green man signal heads on the opposite side of the road to the pedestrians waiting to cross. A pedestrian push button unit operates these. When the red man is lit pedestrians should not cross (although it is not against the law to do so). The Highway Code says that when the steady red signal to traffic is lit then drivers MUST stop. The green man will then light for pedestrians and they should, having checked that it is safe to do so, cross the road. When the green man begins to flash pedestrians should not start to cross although there is still enough time for those on the crossing to finish their journey safely. At all Pelican crossings (apart from 'staggered' crossings) there is a bleeping sound to indicate to the visibility impaired when the steady green man is lit.