Zebra lines go 3D in Beijing
03:42 PM, July 02, 2017 / LAST MODIFIED: 04:00 PM, July 02, 2017

Zebra lines go 3D in Beijing

China’s Beijing has implemented 3D zebra crossings to keep in check rough driving and improve public safety in a new programme, ECNS.CN reported quoting Beijing Daily.

Painted in yellow, white and blue, the zebra crossings were first used on two busy roads and the country’s traffic police will conduct a comprehensive evaluation of the impact before deciding whether to expand their use.

Vehicles pass the 3D zebra lines at an intersection in Beijing, June 30, 2017. The new crossing lines are on a pilot operation and will be put into a wider use if proved effective. Photo: China Daily/VCG

An official from Beijing's traffic management bureau, Liu Shupeng, said the 3D stripes can be seen by drivers and pedestrians during both night and day, adding that further testing is underway, according to ECNS.CN.

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