An undated handout image provided by Delaware State Office of Highway Safety shows a the decal aimed at getting distracted pedestrians to look up from their mobile devices and watch where they're walking. The decals are 2 feet by 2 feet, made of nonskid material. Across the country on city streets, in suburban parking lots and in shopping centers, there is usually someone strolling while talking on a phone, texting with their head down, listening to music, or playing a video game. The problem isn't as widely discussed as distracted driving, but the danger is real. (AP Photo/Delaware State Office of Highway Safety)

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An undated handout image provided by Delaware State Office of Highway Safety shows a the decal aimed at getting distracted pedestrians to look up from their mobile devices and watch where they're walking.  The decals are 2 feet by 2 feet, made of nonskid material. Across the country on city streets, in suburban parking lots and in shopping centers, there is usually someone strolling while talking on a phone, texting with their head down, listening to music, or playing a video game. The problem isn't as widely discussed as distracted driving, but the danger is real.  (AP Photo/Delaware State Office of Highway Safety)
An undated handout image provided by Delaware State Office of Highway Safety shows a the decal aimed at getting distracted pedestrians to look up from their mobile devices and watch where they're walking. The decals are 2 feet by 2 feet, made of nonskid material. Across the country on city streets, in suburban parking lots and in shopping centers, there is usually someone strolling while talking on a phone, texting with their head down, listening to music, or playing a video game. The problem isn't as widely discussed as distracted driving, but the danger is real. (AP Photo/Delaware State Office of Highway Safety)
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