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While many traffic lights are distinguishable for color blind people - either because color blind people can recognize that the top light is red and the bottom green, or because orange has been added to the red allowing for color blind people to distinguish the color from green - the fact remains that many traffic lights are not distinguishable for color blind people, especially horizontal traffic lights. This problem causes color blind drivers to stop at green lights or run red lights, and could result in accidents, traffic jams, and even serious injury or death.
The NAACBP works with state and local governments to ensure that all traffic lights are equally visible by all people. We encourage people to report to us problematic traffic lights and we will contact the proper governing authority and fight to have that traffic light replaced by a colorblind-friendly light.