A simple three-color traffic light serve its purpose very well, but why not make them interesting ?
Sometimes you need a little touch to make an usual traffic light look so good and it will set a good mood to the drivers and pedestrians. Just a few strokes, and the yellow signal is transformed into a well-known smiley, but this simple picture, in the opinion of many psychologists automatically evokes positive emotions.
This is a traffic light in Berlin addressed to those who think positively.
The Italians seem to have decided to combine a European approach with the U.S., adding a little decoration post. As you know, in Europe, traffic lights are installed vertically on poles, and in the United States are suspended directly over the road.
In Australia, these kind of traffic lights are no exception. These regulators for pedestrians have been here very common, but in the 70s of last century they were gradually replaced by more familiar to European eyes. It is easy to know exactly how much time is left until it switch to red or green.
Of course, Japan could not stay away from creation of unusual traffic lights. They are familiar to Japanese, but people who first time see this kind of lights will have to think about when to cross the street.
Once again, Australia. Traffic lights in a series of “try and see what’s what,” but the inhabitants of the business district of Melbourne do it without any difficulty.
This is similar to Australia but ita not with 14 signals, only 13.
These lights are in Copenhagen.
The same pattern in Sweden.
But in Amsterdam is a paradise for cyclists.
What do you think of these lights ? That’s right, and they are from the Netherlands.
Again, Berlin. At this time the lights are well fit into this column. By the way, here you can also see the exact time.
This is for those who intended to keep order on the road – everywhere.
This is the old British traffic light.
At the end of unusual traffic lights we have in London something similiar like in the Melbourne “battery”, but it is vain. It’s an art installation, but without a doubt, adorns.