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By Ton Haverkort   
Monday, 20 October 2014 07:46

I appreciate the road network expansion that we are witnessing all around the city. We indeed need more and wider roads as the traffic is getting heavier by the day. Mind you, we could make much more effective use of the existing roads if only we would follow basic traffic rules a bit more, would be a bit more patient, give some more way to each other and use “hands free” mobile telephones, just to make a few suggestions. If on top of that pedestrians were also more aware of where to cross roads and where not, traffic would be a lot less complicated, leaving the donkeys, sheep, goats and cattle out of the picture for the moment. But because we behave like we do, we need a minimum of two, usually more traffic police officers to control traffic at crossroads and roundabouts. Even then …. Add a comment

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