Tunes from the road

From the Guardian, via Slashdot: Japan's melody roads play music as you drive

If you drive at a fixed speed the road will play a tune via grooves cut into the pavement. One can envision this as a way to get drivers to stick to the speed limit, though surely there are more practical means.

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