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LEGO Joins Forces with Shanghai Traffic Police on “Satisfaction Voting Booth”

LEGO Joins Forces with Shanghai Traffic Police on “Satisfaction Voting Booth”
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Sean Leow
  • 28 april 2009

We’ve been noticing more stringent enforcement of traffic laws at Shanghai’s major intersections over the past few months. At one of Shanghai’s busiest intersections, we recently noticed an interesting voting booth / suggestion box created by LEGO.

The “Satisfaction Post” (满意柱) allows citizens to vote on whether they are satisfied or not with the local police’s ability to control traffic.  Placing a red ring on a small plastic pillar means “satisfied,” while a blue ring means “unsatisfied.” Below the ringed voting system is a slit to submit any feedback.

We were interested to find a LEGO logo at the bottom of the structure with the heading “LEGO reminds you to please abide by traffic rules.” We can only assume that the structure is made by LEGO as part of some type of sponsorship or collaboration with the Shanghai Traffic Police.

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