Photo of the Day: Wavy road lines in Taipei

The weird road marks make some drivers feel dizzy and vomit

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Wavy road lines at Taipei National University of the Arts. (Photo courtesy of Breaking News Commune member Zhouxin Jie)

Wavy road lines at Taipei National University of the Arts. (Photo courtesy of Breaking News Commune member Zhouxin Jie)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Breaking News Commune (爆料公社) member Zhouxin Jie posted images of weird wavy road lines at Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA) on April 26.

When posting the image, Jie said the winding road marks made him dizzy. At one time he couldn't tell if he was drunk, or it was the wavy mark which made him feel a wave of nausea.

According to TNUA's official website, the wavy lines are designed to slow down the speed of the cars on campus. The lines cause a blurry vision when they drive too fast and effectively make them slow down.

However, some netizens think the wavy road marks may lead to more car accidents when it's too dark. Some say the lines will make them perform a dangerous S-drive unconsciously.