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Antwerp’s ‘selfie’ speeding signs

  • February 1, 2015

In a creative bid to cut urban speeding, the Belgian city of Antwerp has developed digital signs featuring happy and sad ‘selfies’ of city residents.  Members of the public can upload two portrait photos to a special website, which are then used on warning signs. Drivers get a smiley face to say thank you for not speeding, or an angry face if they have exceeded the limit.

See: BBC

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  • January 27, 2023

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