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11/30/2011

Haiku to promote street safety

New York City is using poetry to try to boost traffic safety.  Eyewitness News wants to know what you think.  Will this help prevent accidents?  Post your comments (below) and they could appear on Eyewitness News First at 4 p.m.

Comments

DENNIS

I Just received a property tax increase. Is this what my taxes are going towards. What a real waste of taxpayers hard earned money. Someone made a good deal selling this idea.

randy

it has to be the stupidest idea i have ever hear
do they really think people will take the time to read it let alone comprehend its meaning.
lets think of more things to waste money we don't have on

Rob from Ridgewood

I don't think the poetry will do a thing,
Whether it be a bump or a ding.
It's just something else for the City to try
To let time, and money, fly by.

Kevin C.

I think that this won't even catch the eyes of people, since they don't even bother to even read the signs that are already up.

Anthony Picone

Yes, the Haiku will help because they are catchy and will stay in your mind. Great idea!!!

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