Woodlands traffic safety

2016-06-22 06:00

COMING home from work after 5pm is becoming more dangerous in the Woodlands area.

I must say thank you to the RTI PMB for coming once to the Northway Spar traffic lights, however could you please come again - maybe three times a week.

It used to be just the Northdale taxis doing illegal U-turns, but now half of the northern area are doing wrong.

It does not matter whether old or young, lady or man - wrong is wrong.

The Msunduzi Municipality has placed four big signs from the bottom of Chota Motala Road clearly indicating left for Woodlands, right for Mountain Rise and straight for the northern areas, yet people still do illegal U-turns.

People of Woodlands, it is time to take a stand and come together as one.

Leroy Snyman Woodlands

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