On July 8, 2014, the police said there was going to be a road safety campaign.
The story said: A blueprint for reducing traffic smashes and improving road safety will soon be unveiled by Bermuda Police Service.
It is now November 18, 2014, and we have had 12 deaths on our roads – more than one a month but still no announcement. It is murder out there.
We have had a road safety week, a campaign announced by the Bermuda Road Safety Council (did it happen or did I just miss it?) and we have had the long overdue announcement that there will be legislation authorizing the use of road-side breathalysers (too little, too late.)
But have we had a blueprint?
How many more will die?