The Democratic Alliance was on Wednesday
said progress has been made through the Safely Home Campaign.
The Standing Committee on Finance, Economic
Development and Tourism was briefed at the Provincial Legislature on the
progress of the campaign.
DA’s Transport and Public Works
Spokesperson and MP Eugene von Brandis said the campaign has led to a 28
percent reduction in road deaths in just fewer than three years.
Eugene von Brandis said that it was very
interesting the fact that the average speed over distance project which the
department implemented in Beaufort West as well as the N1 at the three sisters
on Beaufort West.
Von Brandis adds that the use of this
technology enables real time connection to various data source.
Von Brandis said that it is a comprehensive
system that is implemented there, and is very important that the approach must
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