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Arrow crossing / Zebra crossing

Arrow crossing
Arrow crossing

When it comes to rush hours, cities are full of cars and people off work on the street. People are easily running into others when crossing the streets, which brings some unpleasant feeling from time to time. How zebra crossings make a city walking orderly when it’s about rush hour? Arrow crossing uses arrows that give people from different directions a hint to walk in separate ways, The raised yellow lines set on the side are to help amblyopic people walk independently and to be helpful for them to walk without bumping into coming passersby.

University

National Cheng Kung University

National Cheng Kung University
Tainan, Taiwan

Design

Taiwan National Cheng Kung University

Taiwan National Cheng Kung University
Miaoli County, Taiwan

Chen-Hua Wang Hao-Po Hsu Dai-Jung Lee Yu-Jung Cheng