A Chinese woman was recently captured on video stomping on the roof of her husband’s car in the middle of traffic after having an argument.
According to South China Morning Post, the woman had an argument with her husband while he was driving, but the man ignored her. This infuriated the woman who got out of the car and climbed onto the roof.
The week-long Spring Festival holiday in China, which began on Lunar New Year, has ended with a rather hellish traffic jam in Hainan Province’s capital, Haikou.
Surprisingly enough, the city experienced a pretty terrible foggy weather, which heavily contributed to the massive traffic jam. The last time the city encountered similar heavy fog was back in 1951, Hainan provincial meteorological department said, China Daily reported.
Different local governments in Chinese cities have long been experimenting with various tactics to prevent pedestrians from jaywalking. From shaming offenders to imposing ridiculous punishments, traffic authorities have tried and failed, to keep the dangerous habit controlled.
Similar to Shenzhen city’s shaming tactic of placing offenders’ images on a huge screen, the city of Wuhan will also broadcast jaywalkers’ faces, but will incorporate an additional obstacle to discourage illegal street crossing, Shanghaiist reports.
A Chinese city just launched new traffic technology designed to shame jaywalkers by posting their faces on a giant screen on the side of the road for all to see.
Shenzhen City’s traffic authority installed a facial-recognition system at a crossroad to easily identify offenders and eventually discourage others. Cameras were set-up to monitor the area 24/7.
Car riders who are not wearing their seat belts while driving around Shanghai will now be fined, according to a new traffic law that took effect in the city this weekend.
The rule penalizes drivers and passengers alike with a 50 yuan ($7) fine, Shanghai Daily said.
A new footage of a Chinese man resisting arrest and hurling expletives at police officers has been picking up steam in social media this week.
The incident happened last Wednesday in Weifang, Shandong province, Guancha reported.
After a recent study looked into the behaviors of Japanese and French pedestrians in obeying traffic laws, certain perceptions about the two nationalities are now backed by science.
A paper published in the journal Royal Society Open Science on Wednesday suggested that the common stereotypes that Japanese commuters are law-abiding citizens and the French, being quite the opposite, may actually hold water.
A terrible road accident involving a massive 56-car pile-up on an expressway in China took the lives of 17 people and injured 37 more on Monday.
The tragic mishap, which occurred on the icy roads of Shanxi connecting Beijing and Kunming, saw a number of vehicles scattered after crashing, reported CNN.
The 3D Express Coach or the Transit Elevated Bus (TEB), China’s futuristic proposal to end its horrible traffic problem, is about to be put to the test in a couple of months.
Government-run news platforms have announced that the scheduled test run will cover a mere 300-meter distance and is not expected to “exactly simulate real world traffic conditions,” according to Shanghaiist.
This week, two drivers in the U.K. were the latest to play out what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object.
Sitting in traffic is the worst way to spend Labor Day weekend. What’s even more frustrating is realizing there was no reason for a traffic jam in the first place.
Why does traffic happen where there seems to be no accidents and no construction work interfering with the flow of cars driving in one direction?
In case you didn’t know, karma is a real thing and this story is exactly why you shouldn’t be a jerk to anyone ever.