New lighting system to help reduce the risk of right turn collisions between cars and cyclists in Copenhagen.
The lights are visible to motorists in their side mirror and when they shouldder check for cyclists.
They are activated when the lights turn green - if one or more cyclist is waiting at the red light and thereby on the sensor beneath the asphalt.
There is also a sensor under the asphalt 25 metres farther back. When a cyclist heading towards the green light triggers it, the lights start flashing, alerting motorists to the prescence of a cyclist.
Made by Copenhagenize Consulting for The City of Copenhagen.
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