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Cat’s eyes reflectors installed on Alam Goodar Road in Bara

Cat’s eyes reflectors installed on Alam Goodar Road in Bara

Workers installing cat eyes reflectors on Alam Goodar Road in Khyber Agency. - TNN

July 16, 2017

BARA, 16 July: The administration of Khyber Agency has installed cat’s eyes reflectors on Alam Goodar Road in Bara tehsil to overcome traffic problems.

The local people said several accidents occurred on the 2.5 kilometres long road due to lack of proper demarcation and visibility problem. They said after several public complaints, the administration installed cat’s eyes road reflectors. They thanked the administration for fulfilling their demand which will reduce traffic accidents in the area. They said road safety must be the top priority for travellers.

“We are very thankful to the local administration for installing cat’s eyes reflectors on the road which will reduce accidents and enable us to drive our vehicles with safety. These reflectors should also be installed on other roads in the region,” a local citizen told TNN.


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