Barnes Dance

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Henry Barnes (traffic Engineer) - Barnes Dance
... The Barnes Dance is a street-crossing system that stops all traffic and allows pedestrians to cross intersections in every direction at the same time ... Barnes stated that he did not invent the concept but promoted its widespread use ... from City Hall reporter, John Buchanan, who wrote, "Barnes has made people so happy, they're dancing in the street." ...
Pedestrian Scramble - Application - In New Zealand
... In New Zealand, the first Barnes Dance was introduced in 1958 on Queen Street, Auckland, and was soon found in other cities as well ... Additionally, some Barnes Dance intersections do not provide painted crossings and are therefore de facto, such as the intersection of Grafton Rd and Symonds St within the University of Auckland ... There is also a Barnes Dance at the intersection of Lake Road, Hurstmere Road, Northcroft Street and The Strand in Takapuna ...

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