Road Safety official worried about level of night time visibility on new section of Highway 2000

Vice Chair of the Council Dr Lucien Jones
By Halshane Burke
The National Road Safety Council is expressing concern about the level of visibility along the newly opened May Pen to Williamsfield leg of highway 2000 at nights.
This concerns comes in light of the fact that several traffic crashes have occurred since the opening of the new corridor, a number of which involve stray animals.
Vice Chair of the Council Dr Lucien Jones told Radio Jamaica News that there is insufficient lighting on the highway.
Several motorists have also raised concern about the non-functioning traffic lights at the intersection leading out of the toll road. They are calling for the authorities to immediately rectify that issue.

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