In Tbilisi, one of the first things a visitor usually experiences is the crazy driving, pedestrians aren’t really safe even on pedestrian crossings, as not all cars will stop.
The crossing is marked in red to hide the blood.
Traffic was one of the negative factors I listed in my review of living in Georgia: Eight years in Georgia: The Good, the Bad and the მახინჯი
In England, cars are more likely to stop to allow pedestrians to cross. Here is an older photo of me crossing the road in London with my wife on the famous Abbey Road Crossing.
For other interpretations of the theme: Pedestrian (click here).