LTA challenges drivers and pedestrians
May 23, 2012 11:24 pm
The Land Transport Authority has challenged drivers and pedestrians to change their attitude to help reduce accidents.
Road fatalities now stand at 15 compared to 12 for the same period last year.
Chief executive – NaisaTuinaceva says reducing road fatalities is a vigorous fight and this can be achieved if pedestrians and drivers have the right attitudes.
Tuinaceva says the public must understand that the road is not a place to play, or converse on mobiles, or for dating, for pounding grog or for carrying out other business apart from driving or walking.
And drivers should not treat roads as a race course.