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Natural Crosswalk / Crosswalk

Natural Crosswalk
Natural Crosswalk

Pedestrian crossing without pedestrian crossing sign.
When people cross roads, they tend to take the fastest shortcut. They sometimes do it intentionally but mostly it is an unconscious act.

This kind of action violates the traffic regulations and sometimes threats the safety of the pedestrians.

If regulation can't force people to follow the law, wouldn't it be more reasonable to change the law and fulfill the main purpose of keeping the safety and convenience of the pedestrian?

The current crossroads have not considered the mind, habit and unconscious
actions of the pedestrian, but have forced them to abide by the fixed law.

University

Korea Polytechnic University

Korea Polytechnic University
Jeollabuk-do, Wanju-gun, South Korea

Heo, Sung Chol

Design

Korea Polytechnic University

Korea Polytechnic University
Jeollabuk-do, Wanju-gun, South Korea

Lim, Jae Min