no horse power!

i think horses should be banned from the road because they provide a hazzard for other drivers  because everyones expected to overtake realy wide and slowly a road has cars on it if a horse doesnt like cars and fast moving vehicles it shouldnt be on it! and none of the manure is ever picked up from the road afterwars potencialy causing a hazzard for motor cycles

Why is this idea important?

i think horses should be banned from the road because they provide a hazzard for other drivers  because everyones expected to overtake realy wide and slowly a road has cars on it if a horse doesnt like cars and fast moving vehicles it shouldnt be on it! and none of the manure is ever picked up from the road afterwars potencialy causing a hazzard for motor cycles

Use Safety Camera revenue to actually remove hazards

All revenue raised from "Safety Cameras" should be used to remove the hazard they are put in place to protect against. This can easily be audited and built up within the finance departments of local or national governments, whichever is responsible for the designated piece of road. If the hazard cannot be removed then a camera should not be used.

Permanent siting of a camera should never be allowed to be an acceptable option.

It is unacceptable that people continue to be fined for driving through a recognised hazard rather than safety being increased. The public should have an easy way to find out WHY existing cameras have been placed in particular positions and what the responsible government department intends to do about the identified danger.

The public should have easy access to all relevant information regarding Safety Cameras

Whoever is responsible for a particular "safety camera" should have a simple and effective way for members of the public to contact them so they can ask what particular safety hazard the camera is there to gaurd against. They should be able to provide a one page summary, in an easily accessible and understandable format, detailing the following on request.

1. What the hazard the safety camera is gaurding against

2. The plan to get rid of the hazard

3. The cost of ridding the area of the hazard

4. How much has currently been raised towards the eradication of the hazard and the projected time frame for raising the total amount

All proposed new Safety Cameras should be subject to public scrutiny prior to their placement

When a new camera is to be placed, the above information should be published for all to see prior to the camera being sited. This will increase public scrutiny of decision making. Again, the information should be easliy accessable and in formats which the average member of the public can understand.

Why is this idea important?

All revenue raised from "Safety Cameras" should be used to remove the hazard they are put in place to protect against. This can easily be audited and built up within the finance departments of local or national governments, whichever is responsible for the designated piece of road. If the hazard cannot be removed then a camera should not be used.

Permanent siting of a camera should never be allowed to be an acceptable option.

It is unacceptable that people continue to be fined for driving through a recognised hazard rather than safety being increased. The public should have an easy way to find out WHY existing cameras have been placed in particular positions and what the responsible government department intends to do about the identified danger.

The public should have easy access to all relevant information regarding Safety Cameras

Whoever is responsible for a particular "safety camera" should have a simple and effective way for members of the public to contact them so they can ask what particular safety hazard the camera is there to gaurd against. They should be able to provide a one page summary, in an easily accessible and understandable format, detailing the following on request.

1. What the hazard the safety camera is gaurding against

2. The plan to get rid of the hazard

3. The cost of ridding the area of the hazard

4. How much has currently been raised towards the eradication of the hazard and the projected time frame for raising the total amount

All proposed new Safety Cameras should be subject to public scrutiny prior to their placement

When a new camera is to be placed, the above information should be published for all to see prior to the camera being sited. This will increase public scrutiny of decision making. Again, the information should be easliy accessable and in formats which the average member of the public can understand.