Pedestrians cross a road in Hong Kong on December 7. It is unacceptable that only 20 out of 58 driving test routes have both roundabouts and pedestrian crossings. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians cross a road in Hong Kong on December 7. It is unacceptable that only 20 out of 58 driving test routes have both roundabouts and pedestrian crossings. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Hong Kong’s driving test routes must include pedestrian crossings and roundabouts

  • Readers call for a review of the approved driving test routes, improvements in medical education to ease the doctor shortage, funding to encourage private clinics to join the eHealth system, and help for teens coping with pandemic-induced isolation

Topic |   Traffic and road safety in Hong Kong
Pedestrians cross a road in Hong Kong on December 7. It is unacceptable that only 20 out of 58 driving test routes have both roundabouts and pedestrian crossings. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians cross a road in Hong Kong on December 7. It is unacceptable that only 20 out of 58 driving test routes have both roundabouts and pedestrian crossings. Photo: Bloomberg
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