Here's the crosswalk and pedestrian median looking east, towards 12th street. It's clearly signed and marked. This is not an ambiguous, uncertain intersection!
During a two hour interval, when joggers or walkers arrived at the crosswalk, and when traffic was flowing (we didn't count if traffic was stopped or large gaps in traffic made crossing easy), 15 drivers stopped and 27 drivers blew past the waiting person on foot. By almost 2:1, drivers failed to stop for pedestrians!
The law says:
At any other crosswalks - whether marked with paint or unmarked - drivers must: Stop and remain stopped for pedestrians until they have cleared the lane in which you are traveling (or into which you are turning) and the next lane.
It would be interesting to count the number of drivers still talking on cel phones or texting. We saw many instances of each, but did not count them.
This was a complicated intersection with people bicycling, walking, jogging, scootering and skating, and driving. If a parking lot dumps more traffic onto Winter, improving the crossing even more for a wide range of road users may be necessary.