Worlds Safest Crossing

Is this the world’s safest crossing? A zebra crossing has been labelled by puzzled pedestrians as the safest in the world – because it’s at the end of a DEAD-END road. People crossing the road in Filton, Bristol, have been left scratching their heads at the bizarre installation to help them cross a road with no traffic on it. The hilarious crossing is just centimetres away from a brick wall and far too close for any traffic to get anywhere near it without having to reverse.

Is this the world's safest crossing? A zebra crossing has been labelled by puzzled pedestrians as the safest in the world - because it's at the end of a DEAD-END road. People crossing the road in Filton, Bristol, have been left scratching their heads at the bizarre installation to help them cross a road with no traffic on it. The hilarious crossing is just centimetres away from a brick wall and far too close for any traffic to get anywhere near it without having to reverse.

Is this the world's safest crossing? A zebra crossing has been labelled by puzzled pedestrians as the safest in the world - because it's at the end of a DEAD-END road. People crossing the road in Filton, Bristol, have been left scratching their heads at the bizarre installation to help them cross a road with no traffic on it. The hilarious crossing is just centimetres away from a brick wall and far too close for any traffic to get anywhere near it without having to reverse.

Is this the world's safest crossing? A zebra crossing has been labelled by puzzled pedestrians as the safest in the world - because it's at the end of a DEAD-END road. People crossing the road in Filton, Bristol, have been left scratching their heads at the bizarre installation to help them cross a road with no traffic on it. The hilarious crossing is just centimetres away from a brick wall and far too close for any traffic to get anywhere near it without having to reverse.

Is this the world's safest crossing? A zebra crossing has been labelled by puzzled pedestrians as the safest in the world - because it's at the end of a DEAD-END road. People crossing the road in Filton, Bristol, have been left scratching their heads at the bizarre installation to help them cross a road with no traffic on it. The hilarious crossing is just centimetres away from a brick wall and far too close for any traffic to get anywhere near it without having to reverse.