Maryland Code, Transportation § 21-209

Vehicular traffic approaching a nonfunctioning traffic control signal at an intersection shall:

(1) Stop:

(i) At a clearly marked stop line;

(ii) If there is no clearly marked stop line, before entering any crosswalk;  or

(iii) If there is no clearly marked stop line or crosswalk, before entering the intersection;

(2) Yield to any vehicle or pedestrian in the intersection;  and

(3) Remain stopped until it is safe to enter and continue through the intersection.

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