The three manned havnebade in Copenhagen has taken a well-known and simple tool for behavioral regulation from the urban space around them: traffic lights.
with the help of green and red light hope havnebadene, that is, respectively, Islands Brygge, Sluseholmen and by Governments to ensure that the spa guests keep the needed distance.
Along with the traffic lights there is a set of counters that keeps track of the number of guests and sends the message to the light regulation, when the limit is reached.
It writes TV2 Lorry, which cites a press release from the City & Harbour.
traffic lights are a part of a comprehensive package of measures to create greater security around the copenhagen badearealer this summer. The hope is, according to the Copenhagen culture and leisure mayor Franciska Rosenkilde (AL), that the actions can get a bit of sommertrængslen in vancouver.
- the Port is the city blue urban spaces, it is buzzing with life over the summer, and this year, we expect that many locals will jump in the water, when the more spend the holidays at home, " says Franciska Rosenkilde in the press release and adds:
- Therefore, we make use of some new action by havnebadene, so it will be easy to bathe safely in the harbour, just as we will continuously look at whether more can be done or else.
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Among the measures are also håndsprit to the guests, the extra afspritning of handrails and afstandsopmærkning.
the Latter is, according to TV2 Lorry also introduced in the six copenhagen badezoner, where it is not possible to count the number of guests in the same way as havnebadene.
In the press release it also appears that, as badegæst must 'swim in a limited time' and 'stay somewhere else' - however, it is unclear how the concrete will enforce this.
- the Challenge occurs on hot days, where everyone would like to spend a whole day at the harbour to bathe and bask, but this year it is simply not possible. If everyone should have the opportunity to bathe, we need to adjust our behaviour and show respect for each other, says adm. director of City & Harbour, Anne Skovbro, in the press release and adds:
- This, we hope that the guidelines for good badeadfærd will help on the way.
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