Acknowledging the growing frustration among residents with the state of driving in Qatar, the Ministry of Interior is asking everyone to fill out a brief traffic survey to let them know what you think.
Traffic jams, car accidents, and pedestrian protection are among the issues raised in the survey, which is being conducted online and at public places and universities.
The MOI also asks residents how they think roads can be improved – whether through more safety campaigns, stricter enforcement of traffic laws, increasing fines, and other methods.
The survey is part of a strategy to reduce overall traffic accidents from 3,000 to 2,500 for every one million people in Qatar and to reduce the number of traffic accident-related deaths 13.5 to 10 per every 100,000 people annually by 2016, Strategic Planning Department director Col. Abdul Rahman Majid Al-Sulaiti said in a statement.
You can take the survey here.
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