Jan 8, 2023

Glow in The Dark Highway in Australia

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The glow-in-the-dark pavement is charged by the sun during the day and emits its own light for up to 10 hours at night, eliminating the need for energy-consuming street lights. The glow-in-the-dark pavement is just the first stage of many potential projects engineers are testing to make roadways safer and more energy efficient.

Everyone is concerned when driving on a dark road if the road markers are not clearly visible or if the lighting is insufficient. Fortunately, Tarmac Linemarking, an Australian firm that works with OmniGrip and Vicroads, has made a fresh breakthrough by generating glow-in-the-dark road markings that resemble children’s toys. According to a report by published on Thursday. The test was conducted on a one-kilometer section of the Metong Road in Victoria’s southeast and images were posted on Facebook.

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