Transport officials are under fire for having ignored a dangerously faulty traffic light near a Wan Chai school and kindergarten for two months. The Transport Department only sent engineers to check on the lights outside Lingnan Primary School and Kindergarten this week and confirmed they were malfunctioning. However, no repair date has been set. Businessman Tom Ho said he had been complaining on an official hotline about the faulty lights on Stubbs Road for two months but had been ignored every time. 'I drive my granddaughter to school there every morning and I have observed it malfunctioning every time,' he said. 'A red light will be on for over 15 minutes, so obviously drivers ignore it after waiting a while. But when they move, there will be oncoming traffic, which makes it very dangerous.' A transport spokesman said no date had been fixed for the repair, despite the obvious danger. 'We have no idea. These things take time,' he said. 'We need to determine exactly what parts and equipment need replacing.' Michael Tong Yin-yuen, a member of an owners' committee at a nearby building, said he had seen many close calls on the road. 'It's a steep and narrow road, and cars often drive fast - it's a dangerous combination,' he said.