In reply to your post below.
I have reopen this because it is a safety issue. Should there ever be a serious accident just think how it is going to sound when you give the explanation below to the public.
Why even bother having concurrent signals? Why not just remove the pedestrian signal?
Transportation, Traffic & Parking Department - Manager of Operations, Process Improvement wrote:
XYZ, as has been previously outlined the pedestrian signal at this intersection is a concurrent signal and is functioning properly. Pursuant to your request it has been reviewed by our signal engineering team and we have reviewed crash data at this location as part of our research. There are no additional steps the city is able to take at this time. By posting duplicate requests for the same issue and/or reopening issues that have been addressed it hinders our progress toward addressing issues which do require the city's attention. I am again closing this issue. Before reopening please consider how leaving issues like this open in perpetuity congests our back end processes and is not beneficial in our ability to triage the many requests that do require our attention. Thank you.