Smartphone Walking Lane China

China is home to 700-million-plus smartphone users, which means the country needs to start experimenting with new ways to prevent mobile-related accidents. So, on a 165-foot pavement stretch in the city of Chongqing, pedestrians can now choose between a normal lane and one exclusively reserved for mobile devices users. This idea was based on an experiment conducted by National Geographic Television earlier this year in Washington, D.C. that rose awareness for the lack of attention many smartphone users pay to traffic and other pedestrians. Continue reading for more.

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