Child Protection Zones to be bolstered
The Seoul Metropolitan Government has announced that
it would launch a project to improve security of the 63 Child Protection Zones
that it has been operating in order to prevent any more car accidents from
happening in the zones.
The number of car accidents involving children
under age 12 that happened in the Child Protection Zones in Seoul has declined
over the past two years from 127 in 2011 to 95 in 2012. However, in order to
reduce the number remarkably, Seoul will carry out a project dedicated to improving
the security of Child Protection Zones.
As a part of the project, the city will install 409
more CCTV systems in the Child Protection Zones this year to crack down on
illegal parking and prevent crimes in the zones. In addition, it will install
traffic safety structures proper to child safety and regional conditions
including setting up sign posts to help children to better identify the Child
Protection Zones and constructing raised crosswalks.
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