Get your kicks at MPH 66

Smithsonian.com recently posted a piece on musical highways – stretches of road with “rumble strips” (bumpy sections) that are designed to play songs when vehicle tires roll over them.  They share a couple of examples, and here are some that I dug up on my own:

Mt. Fuji (with a G clef painted on the road at the start!):

 

Lone Ranger Highway in Lancaster, California (created for a Honda commercial):

 

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About fossilapostle

Bill is an artist, musician, writer, and performer living in central Delaware.

Posted on March 29, 2016, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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