An error occurred while saving the commentDan-Alexandru Manolachi commented
I am writing to you because I have just returned from living in the UK for 11 years and noticed a big problem of the streets in Romania - road markings, more exactly pedestrian crossings, which are so important.
I am now working as an uber driver in Bucharest, which involves driving approximately 300 km a day. Driving here is very chaotic to horrible, so I kinda miss Uk for this aspect.
Anyway, its been in the news as well that there are loads of pedestrian crossings where the road marking has faded and the government doesn’t do anything about it. And here we are, we get more news with people dying on the streets for not being noticed by the drivers who think they are on race tracks.
My suggestion is have a mandatory (for Romania) option to highlight approaching crossings and this will save lives. It would be better to do something to differentiate the normal crossings from the ones controlled by traffic lights as here almost all people wait for the green light while standing on the roadside which causes the approaching driver even more stress as he/she has to look for the pedestrian’s traffic light as well as doing all the other things they’re doing.
I hope someone will look into this and will get ahead of the shit manahement of this country.Dan-Alexandru Manolachi supported this idea ·