Error Proofing Runways
This counts as “everyday lean” if you fly a lot like I do. A system like this seems long overdue, a system to prevent pilots from taxiing down occupied runways.
In the link above, there's a nice video that illustrates the use of error proofing (poka yoke) and visual controls in the context of an airport.
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