A few regulations for Hoboken pedestrians

Dear Editor:

These pedestrian walking concerns are examples facing the pedestrians of Hoboken, New Jersey each and every day:

If a sidewalk is present, a pedestrian must use it and may walk in either direction.
If a pedestrian is walking toward you, you may pass that person on their left, or on the right.
If a pedestrian is walking toward you, they may pass you on the left or on the right.
Who chooses the passing side. You or the other person?

If the person walking toward you is pushing a stroller containing a child, or perhaps two children, who has the right of way?

If the person walking toward you is pushing a stroller containing a child or perhaps two children, and also viewing their cell phone, who has the right of way?

If the person walking toward you, while viewing a cell phone, and has a dog on a extended leach, who has the right of way?

If there are three persons conversing with one another and walking side by side and walking toward you, who has the right of way?

Thomas Golden