Frappuccino-Colored Streets

Would you slow for beige? Planners in San Francisco hope so, as they plan to differentiate sections of Market St. where they'd like traffic to slow down with 'frappuccino'-colored asphalt.

"The coffee-and-cream-colored-pavement experiment is part of a larger endeavor to create 33 "safety zones" along Market Street that will focus on the curbside travel lane adjacent to Muni Metro/BART stations and Muni's F-line boarding platforms."

Full Story: To help slow traffic, planners pick beige

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