Dear Residents and Visitors,
Further to our recent article on the road bump at Bandar Utama, I received feedback that a serious accident had occurred after the speed bump was built. To view the previous article, please click at the title of the post. If you look carefully at the photo above, you will notice that the "speed bump" sign is almost being covered by the tree in front of it. This seems like we never learnt and lots of signboards are covered by overgrown trees around them. Here, we would like to remind readers that diligent and detailed planning is required for any successful endeavour. This signboard is not very visible at night and it is too close to the bump. We hope the authority can prove us wrong. We are certain that there must be certain guidelines as to the distance of its sign board and the bump. Otherwise it would impose danger to motorists especially when they applied their brake at the last minute after they had seen the sign board. As our precious article we also highlighted that the height of the bump is rather high. Most of the feedback obtained stated that this bump appeared to have made this road unsafe to road users especially at night. We sincerely hope the relevant authority will take appropriate action to address this issue before another accident happened.
Bear in mind that 3 vehicles were involved in the previous accident at night time and this may be avoided if the above issues were addressed much earlier.
The feedback we received well illustrates that the residents here are caring and concern about the safety of the people. Thank you very much for the support shown and we urge the appropriate authority to rectify the issue without any delay.
No doubts that the bump is to slow down vehicles, but at the same time it must also address in an appropriate manner so as not to impose any harm to any road users especially those who are not familiar with this area. And last but not least, we can sense that this good neighbourly spirit is widespread in this prominent area and it really makes this area well known for its good neighbourhood.
We went to investigate further after receiving the above feedback, we found that the tree had been removed, now the signboard especially on the pedestrain lane is clearly visible from a distance. ( See the photo below, which will be loaded at later stage) . Thanks for the swift action taken by all parties, a well deserve praise for maintaining its good neighbourly spirit.
Thanks for your time to read this article and hope it does lift you up, in your daily life, as its name suggested.
Your Chief Servant,
Founder and Group CEO
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