#WhatInTheWorldHappenedTo... Sharonlea Primary School
The JRA, Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) and a parent from the Sharonlea Primary School, gave an update with regards to traffic and reckless driving in the area.
JRA spokesperson Bertha Scheepers said signage was put up, parking bays were painted and speed humps were already there.
In 2009, ongoing complaints to Talk Radio 702 about drivers ignoring the rules of the road and making daily commuting dangerous prompted the Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) to act.
Members of the JMPD were spread out throughout the heavily congested suburb and at one point eight taxis were impounded.
A parent at the school however denied this and said nothing has changed and traffic in the area is still a nightmare.
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