Hint: He invented the most universally recognized symbol.
Imagine the times when there were no traffic signals. In the dust of city traffic it was first come first serve. Many were injured and died in horse and buggy and then vehicle crashes and then into the auto age.
William Phelps Eno, the “Father of Traffic Safety”, wanted to change the rhythm of traffic jams. Eno invented the stop sign in 1915 for Detroit in spite of never driving an automobile.
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