Quick fixes such as CCTV cameras at key junctions could help authorities enforce traffic rules without forcing them to shift all their resources to enforcement, a road safety expert tells Times Talk.
In an interview to be uploaded tomorrow, Malta Road Safety Council executive manager Pierre Vella admits that some drivers' motoring habits are so deeply ingrained that they don't even bother with rules and confides that he and his colleagues sometimes wonder how there aren't more traffic accidents in Malta.
Mr Vella takes heart from an EU meeting which revealed that when it comes to road safety, "some countries are worse than us" and talks about encouraging signs when children are left to discuss road safety among themselves.
"You hear them say 'Daddy never put down his phone,'" Mr Vella told senior journalist Bertrand Borg.
Watch the full Times Talk interview tomorrow on Times of Malta.
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