How street smart are you?

Take this quiz to test your urban streetscape knowledge and for the chance to win the latest iPod shuffle.

Answers and results by profession will be posted June 30 2012. All responses will be confidential.

1) What is a bollard?
a) A dog bowl that is attached to a drinking fountain
b) A short post used to divert traffic from an area or road
c) A male Bollywood actor

2) What kind of metal is the least corrosive and therefore most suitable for outdoor furniture?
a) Aluminium
b) Platinum
c) Iron

3) What is the correct term for this definition:
A roofed passageway or indoor court usually containing a variety of shops or businesses.
a) Concourse
b) Galleria
c) Plaza

4) What would you use this object from Street Furniture Australia for?

a) To sit on
b) To dispose of a cigarette
c) To park a bicycle

5) Which is the most suitable timber for use in outdoor furniture?
a) Jarrah
b) Pine
c) Cedar

6) What is the correct term for this definition:
Covering metal with zinc to avoid corrosion.
a) Anodise
b) Linish
c) Galvanise

Which of these public services is untrue?
a) Chocolate milk emanates from bubblers in Monaco
b) You can refill your bottles with orange juice in Japan
c) Drink fountains in France offer sparkling water

Please send your answers, name and profession to with subject title “How street smart are you?” for your chance to win the latest iPod shuffle from Apple. Winner will be contacted by email on June 30 2012.

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