Project to improve road safety


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  • Saturday, 05 Oct 2019

Staying safe: People crossing the road with zigzag lines leading up to the pedestrian crossing in front of the Malaysian Buddhist Association in Burmah Road, George Town.

GEORGE TOWN: One of the major arteries of the city has been marked with zigzag lines to alert motorists to slow down when approaching a pedestrian crossing.

In what is believed to be the first of its kind in Malaysia, the pilot project involved marking the zigzag lines along an almost 50m stretch of Burmah Road before a pedestrian crossing in front of the Malaysian Buddhist Association.

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