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Western Cape MEC for Transport to motion an amendment bill for traffic laws that is set to make CT roads more safe

A BMW crushed on Sable road on the N1 on Monday in an apparent street race. The speedometer of the car is said to have stopped at 290 km/hour.

The Western Cape Provincial Department of Transport and Public works said it is looking into laws that will make Cape Town’s roads safer.

According to the MEC for transport Donald Grant the laws are aimed at reducing cases of drag racing and will have more power and grave consequences for those who transgress the law and endanger the lives of others.

He said “What we are doing is putting through an amendment bill for the traffic laws in the Western Cape. I am scheduled to get that draft bill and then take it to cabinet. That legislation should be drafted by 15 February.”

A BMW crushed on Sable road on the N1 on Monday in an apparent street race. The speedometer of the car is said to have stopped at 290 km/hour.

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