Return photo radar to the Malahat

I heard on the news photo radar is proposed for the Malahat Drive to save lives.

I heard on the news photo radar is proposed for the Malahat Drive to save lives.

When did I hear that before? Why, back before the B.C. Liberals traded its existence for votes a decade or so ago. Times do indeed change.

With former premier Gordon Campbell now gone to his unjust rewards, the matter has once again become worthy of pursuit.

Anyone know how many lives have been lost to speeding on that often discussed, often lamented, stretch of island highway.

How many lives could have been saved had photo radar not been cancelled back then? And now, hope in sight, how long will it be debated before re-implementation?

Don Wilkes



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