A new 3D crosswalk was recently painted in Grand Rapids in an attempt to trick people into slowing down.

The 3D crosswalk is on Pokegama Avenue in Grand Rapids at Ninth Street North. It's painted in a way that makes it look like there are white blocks laying in the street. The city of Grand Rapids posted an image of the new crosswalk on its Facebook page.

3D crosswalks have been popping up all over the world such as Iceland, Germany and China. Fourth-graders in Medford, Mass., advocated for a 3D crosswalk to be painted near their school in hopes vehicles would slow down when seeing it.