All this week Barbados has been playing host to regional and international experts examining ways to make roads safer for all users.
The Second International Road Federation Caribbean Regional Congress at the Hilton Barbados Resort, was officially opened on Monday by Minister of Transport and Works Michael Lashley, who spoke of the heavy financial and social price Barbadians pay as a result of crashes.
But as far as our photographer is concerned there are some simple steps that can be taken without discussions by the big wigs — like clearing the bush that is obscuring this traffic signal on Government Hill.
How about that?!
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