Technology In-ground Chinatown

Technology In-ground Chinatown

In-ground Pedestrian lights Trial in Chinatown

 The new lights at the intersection of Hay and Dixon streets in Chinatown.

Source: SMH Chinatown Trial Lights

The new lights at the intersection of Hay and Dixon streets in Chinatown.

Pedestrians mezmerised by their mobile technology will trial Sydney's first in-ground lights to be installed in the central city at the intersections of Pitt and Goulburn streets, and Hay and Dixon streets.

The long strips of lights on either side of Hay Street near the inner west light rail line and Paddy's Market in Chinatown are larger than those at the intersection of Pitt and Goulburn streets.

The lights at both intersections are part of a trial announced by the state government last year to stop mobile-phone zombies from ignoring red signals and walking into oncoming traffic.

Melbourne's new safety lights are more noticeable than those in Sydney.

 Melbourne's new safety lights are more noticeable than those in Sydney.

Melbourne's safety lights