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NRSC URGES MOTORISTS TO FOLLOW SPEED REGULATIONS

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By Azaraimy HH

The accident that took place at Mentiri roundabout.
The increase in the number of road accidents, as well as fatalities have been alarming that the issue will be given a religious perspective as the topic of the coming Friday sermon, the Bulletin was told.

On the same page, motorists in the country are urged not to run the traffic light when it is about to turn yellow. The advice has come from the National Road Safety Council (NRSC) following the increase in the number of road accidents in the country lately.

Meanwhile, regarding the Sunday news story (on Page 2) entitled "Three Hurt in Accident at Mentiri Roundabout", the family of victims of the saloon car has clarified that it was in fact the truck that had lost control and rammed into another truck, the saloon car and another two cars.

"My brother's car and the white truck were stationery when the blue truck rammed them," one of the family members told the Bulletin.

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MESYUARAT MAJLIS KESELAMATAN JALAN RAYA KALI KE-2 1 OCT 2011

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SABTU, 01 Oktober 2011.

Mesyuarat kali ke-2 Majlis Keselamatan Jalan Raya telah berlangsung di lantai 1, Kementerian Perhubungan. Mesyuarat telah di pengerusikan oleh Yang Mulia Dato Paduka Haji Alaihuddin bin POKDG Haji Mohd Taha, selaku Pengerusi Majlis.

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ROAD SAFETY UNIT RESPONDS

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Road Safety Unit Responds .
Wednesday,
12 October 2011 06:55 Hj Joharry bin Hj Abd Karim Hits: 24 .   .View Comments


With reference to the Opinion letter, "Is it wrong to give in to errant drivers?", which was published on July 20, 2011, the Road Safety Unit of the Ministry of Communications wishes to thank the writer, Mat Baim, for his views on the matter.

We would like to inform that negative attitudes of drivers, road engineering, bad weather, environmental conditions and lack of enforcement are labelled as main dominant factors contributing to road accidents. Whereas, speeding on the road, not wearing seatbelts, jumping traffic lights, cutting lanes and using mobile phones while driving come under traffic regulation violations by road users.

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