The Morning Edition - K-W | Aug 6, 2014 | 5:14

Kitchener street art hopes to slow traffic without distracting drivers

Kitchener city staff have given the thumbs-up to a plan by the Mount Hope-Breithaupt Park Community Association to paint a busy intersection in their neighbourhood. The trick now is to pick a design that will slow traffic but not distract drivers.

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