- 匿名使用者2 0 年前最佳解答
surprise! they do call a pedestrian crossing "zebra crossing." zebra crossing
A zebra crossing in Sydney, AustraliaA zebra crossing is a type of pedestrian crossing used in the UK and Europe, and increasingly around the world. The crossing is characterised by longitudinal stripes (hence the term, named after the zebra) on the road, parallel to the flow of the traffic, alternatingly a light colour (usually white) and a dark one (painted black, or left unpainted if road surface itself is of a dark color). The stripes are 40 to 60 centimetres wide. The crossings were originally marked by beacons (see below) and parallel rows of studs, but stripes were soon added for the sake of visibility.The zebra crossing was first used (after some isolated experiments) at 1000 sites in the UK in 1949, and a 1951 measure introduced them into law. In 1971, the Green Cross Code was introduced to teach children safer crossing habits (replacing an earlier "kerb drill").In the United Kingdom the crossing is marked with beacons on either side of the road, called Belisha beacons. These are black and white poles topped by flashing orange globes. They are named after Leslie Hore-Belisha, the Minister of Transport who introduced them in 1934. Pedestrians have right of way on this kind of crossing once they have put a foot upon it; cars then have to stop and give way, if they can do so safely.參考資料： answers.com
- 匿名使用者2 0 年前
undercover才正確! Wisdom, 黑貓說的是中式英文~
No one use "zebra" for pedestrian in USA or in Canada.
- 欣儀Lv 52 0 年前
斑馬線 = Crossings
Don't think there is such a description called 'zebra crossing'.
- 匿名使用者2 0 年前
- 2 0 年前
斑馬線的英文是 zebra line
- JunyuanLv 72 0 年前