The first laser pedestrian crossing appeared in Moscow

The first laser pedestrian crossing appeared in Moscow
Image: Official website of Moscow's Mayor

The first laser pedestrian crossing was launched on Pechorskaya Street, which is equipped with an interactive driver information system. This was announced on Monday, February 15, on the website of the Babushkinsky District Administration of Moscow.


The system works as follows: a light sign is projected onto the road at the pedestrian crossing. A laser beam is directed to the transition point. He projects a large bright image of a zebra sign onto the road. Moreover, when a passerby crosses the beam, a bright Stop sign, and a stop line light up for drivers. If there are no pedestrians, then a "Pedestrian crossing" sign is projected onto the carriageway, which informs the driver about the presence of a pedestrian crossing.


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An interactive zebra crossing is located in the area of ​​house 16 on Pechorskaya street near gymnasium No. 1558. More than 300 people cross the road here every day.

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