It’s always so cool to see high-tech stuff implemented in your own country, isn’t it? Singapore LTA embeds solar-powered lights at zebra crossings to ensure safety at night.
To ensure that pedestrian safety is not compromised, the LTA is embedding solar-powered lights in the road at selected zebra crossings, called flushed LED road studs, which will emit flashes of light at night so these motorists will see and stop at the crossing.
These lights are also safe for motorists as it protrudes less than 4 mm from the road surface.
The flushed LED road studs are currently on trial until October this year at zebra crossings at Marine Terrace and Bukit Merah View, where there is a higher proportion of elderly residents.
What do you think? Do you think it’ll make it safer for pedestrian at night?