NYC Uses QR Codes And Haiku To Promote Traffic Safety

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Be safe. Watch out. Drive carefully. These are all common expressions that we say all the time. Unfortunately, they are so commonplace that they can be easily ignored

Well New York City has figured out a clever way to get the attention of motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians. They have created a series of 12 colorful street signs with QR codes. These signs will be installed in high-crash locations near cultural institutions and schools. When someone downloads the code, they are given a Haiku poem to remind them of traffic safety issues.

I love this idea. It hopefully will provide a fresh and compelling reminder that hopefully New Yorkers will actually heed.

Take look at them and let me know which is your favorite?

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