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Activate lights at zebra crossings during peak hour
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Zebra crossings should be replaced by pedestrian crossing lights during peak periods thereby reduce unnecessary holdups. Read more
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It would be very helpful if the 100m mark before any intersection was indicated by a dotted line across the bus lane
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Elderly and disabled persons can be given special cards which they can tap on sensors at pedestrian crossings for longer crossing time.
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The general attitude towards P-platers shows them as irresponsible, dangerous and rude - this is the same thing as saying that all women drive terribly.
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Zebra crossings should be replaced by pedestrian crossing lights during peak periods thereby reduce unnecessary holdups.
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More is needed to be done to help stop the proliferation of motorists having all lights on the front of their vehicle being switched on together.
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We are a multi-car household, and I suggest that one e-tag alone should be used in different cars.
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Should international licence holders undergo a driving test before being issued an Australian drivers licence?
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If a vehicle is equipped with the right technology, a ground-based transmitter could regulate the speed of traffic which would prevent speeding.
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Sometimes passengers need to speak up when travelling in motor vehicles and feel unsafe.
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Too many drivers are incapable of not using their phone while driving, as such there needs to be a more serious deterrent for motorists who do this.
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