A while back, Vienna’s streets got a little more gay-friendly.
In a move that officially made them into a really open-minded city in the world, Vienna in Austria had replaced the little male figures on traffic lights with happy LGBT couples. This measure was taken to promote the Austrian capital as an LGBT-friendly city as well as improve the road safety by attracting the attention of drivers and pedestrians. Check it out here.
Through any way you look at it, this move is incredible.
Following suit we at ED Times designed this series of traffic lights that India desperately needs with well umm…our daily dose of experiences with people having some epic motoring skills. You agree?
1. When I see someone driving and texting:
2. When I see someone not using their car signals:
Google search: turn signal
A mysterious stick like object next to the steering wheel. PURPOSE UNKNOWN.
3. When people use high beam:
4. When people honk unnecessarily:
5. When someone takes two spaces in a parking lot:
I know I know. You’ve always longed to say all of this.
But let’s just hope and pray that the Indian authorities take a hint and follow suit.
Till then, adios! And drive safely!
DESIGN CREDITS: Abhinav Jain