3D zebra crossing. Yay or nay?

PUBLISHED: 15:34 06 March 2019 | UPDATED: 15:34 06 March 2019

Westminster councillors Tim Mitchell and Robert Rigby joined by schoolchildren from Barrow Hill Junior School on the new 3D crossing in St John's Wood High Street. Picture: Westminster Council

Westminster councillors Tim Mitchell and Robert Rigby joined by schoolchildren from Barrow Hill Junior School on the new 3D crossing in St John's Wood High Street. Picture: Westminster Council

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Would you like to see a 3D zebra crossing in your area?

County council bosses are watching out for the outcome of a trial testing out the UK’s first 3D crossing and, if it is a success, it may look to bring them to Devon.

The optical illusion, which creates a floating effect, has been introduced in London by Westminster City Council as part of a 12-month trial. The move follows the creation of similar schemes in other countries.

Councillor Stuart Hughes, Devon County Council’s cabinet member for Highways said: “I’m following the 3D crossing trial in North London with interest.

“The outcome will help us decide if a similar trial should be conducted in Devon.”

Email sidmouth.letters@archant.co.uk to tell us what you think. Do you think it is a good idea? Would you like to see this in your area.

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