Transport Minister Walter Roban and head of the Bermuda Road Safety Council, Dennis Lister III, hosted a series of interviews, when they took to the streets in follow up to the town hall meeting held last week.
It’s all part of the latest bid to garner public feedback on the new Operation Caution road safety campaign.
Topics covered at the three town hall meetings included the much talked about use of speed cameras and roadside sobriety tests.
Minister Roban also invited members of the public to review Operation Caution online, including the complete survey and share their views by July 30 here.
As part of the public awareness phase of the plan, a spokesperson said the street interviews were “designed to solicit the public’s opinion about road safety in Bermuda and sought suggestions to how Operation Caution can better reflect the public’s concerns”.
This week, Minister Roban along with Road Safety Council Chairman Dennis Lister III, implemented another step in the first, awareness phase of the plan by hosting a series of street interviews (see photos attached). These interviews were designed to solicit the public’s opinion about road safety in Bermuda and sought suggestions to how Operation Caution can better reflect the public’s concerns.
- Photos Courtesy of DCI