Two cities in Germany installed traffic lights on the ground, hoping to remind the “low-headed family” to pay attention to remind the low-headed people not to step out of the road before the tram is about to arrive.
LED lights on the road
According to the Hong Kong media, modern electronic mobile equipment is on the way, and many "low-headed people" on the street are watching the mobile phones while they are at the same time.
According to Hong Kong's "Ming Pao" reported on April 28, two cities in Germany installed traffic lights on the ground, hoping to remind the "low-headed people" to pay attention, before the tram is about to arrive, remind the low-headed people not to step out of the road.
The cities taking the new measures are Cologne and Augsburg. There are rows of red LED lights on the roads of several tram stops. When the tram or bus is entering the station, the lights will flash to remind pedestrians.
Augsburg official Hams explained that the current traffic lights are no longer within the sight of the descendants, so they decided to introduce additional traffic lights, and the greater the number, the more people can pay attention.
However, the authorities' measures are not for everyone's attention. Some local residents said that it is a terrible thing for mobile phone users to indulge in this way to know that the tram is approaching. Some young people admit that he is not even aware of the existence of these new traffic lights: "Maybe it will be useful at night."