—Jeff Gray, "City gives green light for 'pedestrian scramble'," The Globe and Mail, August 28, 2008
Derek Liecty, a Montclair resident, is spearheading the fight to block the stoplight. He is convinced that it, along with a proposed pedestrian scramble crossing system, will create more problems than it will solve.
—Dave Newhouse, "He's working to stop a stoplight," Contra Costa Times, February 22, 2008
So do hundreds, perhaps thousands, of pedestrians who use the so-called pedestrian scramble system daily at First and Pike, near the Pike Place Market.
The scrambles — which permit pedestrians to walk every which way when the "walk" light is on — also are in operation at the Beacon Hill Junction, at Beacon Avenue South and 15th Avenue South, and at the West Seattle Junction, at California Avenue Southwest and Southwest Alaska Street.
—Don Duncan, "'Scramble' crosswalks seen as mixed blessing," The Seattle Times, October 16, 1989