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Oct 19 2017
09:04 pm

Interesting. Transportation in general seems poised for some major evolution.

While it uses familiar and understandable road markings and colours, the Starling Crossing reacts dynamically in real-time to different conditions and is able to modify the patterns, layout, configuration, size and orientation of pedestrian crossings in order to prioritise pedestrian safety. The entire road surface at the crossing area is monitored by cameras and embedded with computer-controlled LEDs that can be seen from all angles, during both day and night.

Pedestrian crossing technology

This Smart, Shapeshifting Crosswalk May Be Key to Safer Streets

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Ben garlington's picture

Shape shifting crosswalks

Perhaps a karm installation on Broadway

fischbobber's picture

Also......

Westtown and greenway route crossings.

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