Road safety extended to secondary schools

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  • Tuesday, 20 Dec 2011

JOHOR BARU: Road safety will be taught to secondary school students from next year, said the Transport Ministry.

“We hope that by introducing it, youth will be more aware of how to behave while on the road,” minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha said after launching the Malayan Tiger Train (MTT) at the Johor Baru Sentral station here yesterday.

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