This won’t alleviate the frustration you feel when caught in an inexplicable traffic jam, but it at least provides a bit of insight into how traffic can be flowing normally at one point, and then inching along slowly a moment later.
A story from WKYT in Fayette, Kentucky highlights the use of a new tool being used to stop drivers from running red lights. They’re called “tattle-tale” lights, and they may add a splash of blue to the colors you’re accustomed to seeing displayed on traffic signals.
See if you can detect a method to the madness here, because we sure can’t . . . Rest assured that traffic signals DO exist over in India, just not at this particular intersection/free-for-all. You’ll notice that it gets pretty jammed up around the 1:40 mark, but other than that, things seem to have a way of working themselves out.
Kentucky resident Kenneth Enright was relieved to find that his infant daughter only suffered a scratch on her head after an …