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China creates a texting lane

Kai Ryssdal Sep 15, 2014
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I don’t known whether it’s this week’s sign the apocalpypse is upon us, or simply an acknowledgement of reality, but officials in Chongqing, China have created an entirely separate section of sidewalk just for pedestrians using cellphones.

That is, people walking along with their noses down in their phones.

It should help with those awkward near-collisions, but the signs do have a disclaimer: “Walk in this lane at your own risk.”

 

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