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Büro North proposes ground-level traffic lights to prevent pedestrian accidents

Prompted by reports of accidents involving players of Pokémon GO, Australian firm Büro North has devised a concept for in-ground traffic lights to prevent pedestrians glued to their smartphones from walking out onto the road.
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