China: “We were also fascinated by what seems like a lack of organization there,” says Richardson. “The traffic lines are perceived as not fixed but flexible, and you constantly have cars driving into oncoming traffic, overtaking vehicles, and left-turning into pedestrian crossings. It seems disorganized to us, but for them, it’s a different system that works just as well.”
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China: “We were also fascinated by what seems like a lack of organization there,” says Richardson. “The traffic lines are perceived as not fixed but flexible, and you constantly have cars driving into oncoming traffic, overtaking vehicles, and left-turning into pedestrian crossings. It seems disorganized to us, but for them, it’s a different system that works just as well.”