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New barrier posts installed to secure pedestrian safety

By Cao Yin | China Daily | Updated: 2014-06-30 07:27

Beijing has been upgrading safety features on Chang'an Avenue and at crossings along the road over the past few months to prevent vehicles from crashing into pedestrians.

Hundreds of crash barrier posts have been installed along the avenue, which runs through the capital's major streets and key scenic spots, including the Wangfujing shopping area and Tian'anmen Square.

Each steel-reinforced concrete post is 60 centimeters tall and covered with stainless steel, according to a traffic warden who works at a crossing at Fuxingmen Waidajie.

New barrier posts installed to secure pedestrian safety

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