Transport experts have called for the fast-tracking of a delayed report into tram safety, commissioned after an electrical blaze led to a driver's death in January. The study, on driver training and electrical systems, was to be completed in mid-August, but could be up to seven weeks late. Hongkong Tramways general manager Frankie Yick Chi-ming said he did not expect the report before the end of this month. Transport Advisory Committee chairman Dr Raymond Ho Chung-tai said the report should be released as soon as possible. 'The accident was a while ago, but for the public it is still fresh in their minds. They are concerned about the public transport system which they so heavily utilise,' Dr Ho said. 'It should expedited.' Transport Panel legislator Albert Chan Wai-yip agreed, saying: 'We rely on this report to see how serious the problems are.' Driver Sze Tat-tung, 38, died when he jumped from his tram into the path of an oncoming one after a fire erupted in his cabin.