Digital Goa, 30 Nov - North Goa Collector Mamu Hage was advised by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) that 24 places throughout Goa have been recognised as accident hotspots. After holding the Road Safety Committee's second meeting, she was speaking to the media.
The government has established a multi-department group made up of the Traffic Cell, PWD, Excise, and other departments as well as NGOs to come up with solutions to the escalating incidence of road accidents in Goa. All Goa-based schools will get Road Safety books. Hage was notified by the government that a procedure had been started to include road safety in the curriculum for grades 6 through 8.
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