Signalised midblock crossings provide safe crossing duration to a pedestrian on a straight road. However, they are still exposed to danger when both pedestrians and vehicles violate the red signal indication and crosswalk. In this study, the violation behaviour of pedestrian and vehicular traffic was examined at six signalised midblock crossings using manual and video observations. Results indicate that the temporal violation of pedestrians is high at midblock with a high volume of pedestrians. High utilisation of midblock can be expected when vegetation fence installed on the median. Comparing different type of vehicles, motorcyclist constitutes the highest percentage of blocking crosswalk and running a red light at midblock crossings.