Glow-in-the-dark signs tested on Australian streets; RM12.5 million

Visibility main road safety; To that end, Australian road construction company Tarmac Linemarking has been selected by road transport safety authority VicRoads, along with safety surface company OmniGrip, for trial run of photo-luminescent (glow-in-the-dark) road markings on selected roads. State of Victoria, Australia.

The application of the Glow-in-the-Dark Road Marking is part of a road safety program in the regional road Victoria, and is one of three treatments in the state’s innovative package, for which AUD $ 4 million (RM12.5 million) has been provided for the state’s road safety program. Million (RM763 million) has been invested in 70 locations across regional Victoria as part of the allocation.

In a recent Facebook post, Tarmac Linemarking said residents across the entire Gippsland, from Philip Island to the border, will be able to enjoy the roads treated with light-dark road signs.

Also part of the Victoria Road Safety Innovation Package is LED sensitive packaging (pictured), and high-reflective road marking paint.

The second of three road safety treatments in the Australian State Innovative Package’s safety program is courtesy of road line markers with high reflectivity, thick glass beads in linemarking paint and the addition of thermoplastics.

Rounding up the road safety treatment trio is LED sensitive paving at controlled pedestrian crossings, LEDs on sidewalks that follow existing red (stop) and green (go) light signals for extra pedestrian visibility, especially for those with low vision or Those are confused.

Dear readers, what do you think about this street medicine? Will these be beneficial for road users in Malaysia?

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