Pedestrians really do take their lives in their hands every time they venture out given they have to watch out for normal road level traffic on roads and pavements, dwarves deciding to come up for air from their mines (and it is not unusual to come across a dwarf that lost all sense of direction and emerged in the middle of a busy High Street) and careless flyers who have been known to free fall and land on anyone and anything too daft/slow/unobservant enough to realise something was going wrong and to get the hell out of the way.
Certain areas of the Kingdom are out of bounds for pedestrians. This isn't because the fairy government have legislated against it but would you walk about in the middle of a known troll or orc settlement? Unlike on Earth, pedestrians can be fined for thoughtless behaviour - for example switching direction and cannoning into the person behind them or being that person who got far too close to the other in front of them. This is something the author would like brought into our world.
Also stopping for no reason whatsoever unless someone is ill, asthmatic, disabled etc is banned and you have to prove you're one of the exemptions. The good news is if you don't qualify, the fairy squad will rectify that immediately and you will never need to worry about being fined for this again.