Drivers see red over faulty traffic lights

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The corner of Dr Chota Motala and Naidoo roads in Raisethorpe where traffic lights have not been working for well over a month now.
The corner of Dr Chota Motala and Naidoo roads in Raisethorpe where traffic lights have not been working for well over a month now.

There are mounting complaints about the faulty traffic lights that led to congestion during peak hours in the northern parts of the city.

Motorists told The Witness that this had been ongoing for several months and pleas to Msunduzi had apparently fallen on deaf ears.

“There are no traffic lights in our area in over a month. Roads are already in such a dismal state and then we have to deal with these traffic lights which never seem to be working,” said Bhavna Nunthkumar.

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