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Road Accidents and Road Safety RelatedViews: 203
Apr 14, 2010 1:47 am re: re: Road Accidents and Road Safety Related
Muralidharan Bashyam Discipline is must while crossing road,

As Mohan clearly said school level teaching is vital for a person to know the road crossing.

I even dont remember the name of my teacher who taught me how to cross road,but i still remember the method of crossing the road. First you have to listen the right side, then left and once again right. This was taught to me before 30 years, But today i have been listening both sides of the road for atleast 5 times before crossing the road, since the traffic today is heavy.

Of course parking on both sides of the road is strictly not allowed especially in the arterial roads. This will ease many traffic snarls and again leads to safe driving.

Many dont know the signals properly, Many people(cars) i notice on the road use to switch on the parking lights to go to a straight road which is not a proper signal.

People who use cellphones while crossing road or level crossing also be charged fine.

Many very intelligently use mobile phone inside their helmets(two wheelers) or holds in their hands while driving and raise the windows(cars). Surprisingly many ladies do these.

Jaywalkers should be charged and put into mobile court. The height of the road medians should be atleast more than 1 and half meter.

There is an association who is going to launch a road discipline called Platform for pedastrians.

Although we implement strict rules it should come from their own mind about safety.

Thirudanai parthu thirunda vittal thiruttai ozhikka mudiyadhu. Likewise safety should come from themselves.

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