On reading about the fatal accident along the Uriah Butler Highway in which three people died, I can’t help but wonder why the authorities can’t get things right and provide safety barriers along the centre median to withstand a collision with a vehicle.
It’s been years and still some areas are incomplete, and according to reports, although there was a barrier for the crash it did not withstand the truck.
What good is the barrier if it cannot withstand a crash?
It is not supposed to be for show. This was supposed to be a priority but like everything else that needs attention, it starts off hot and sweaty and just falls off slowly while nobody says or does anything until an accident such as this happens.
Maybe the project was under-budgeted initially and requires some more millions of dollars to complete—again.
Hopefully the “speed cameras’’ will be in effect soon and speedsters will be caught and severely punished—if we could get that right.