SINGAPORE: The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has been asked to look into ideas raised during a discussion on road safety.
This is according to Parliamentary Secretary for Transport Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim.
In a Facebook post, Dr Faishal said he met with a group of concerned citizens to discuss ways to inculcate safe and responsible behaviour in road users, especially among more vulnerable groups such as the elderly and children.
The discussion also focused on raising road situation awareness among motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.
Dr Faishal wrote about some of the suggestions raised such as tweaking traffic light design and making road safety as part of the school curriculum.
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