The visit followed a shocking accident that occurred at Dompoase near Komenda Junction in the Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem Municipality.
The accident on Tuesday dawn claimed 34 lives including; three children and injured several others.
It involved two 60-seater passenger buses travelling from the opposite direction on the Accra- Takoradi highway.
The Authority has, therefore, reiterated calls for the Country to dualize and open up its roads especially on major highways to significantly eliminate head-on coalitions, which had become a common feature on the country’s highways, claiming and maiming many lives.
David Osafo Adonteng, Director of Planning and Programmes at the NRSA, indicated in an interview with Nana Ampratwum on OmanbapaSHOW.
'' Now that we have been elevated from Commission to an Authority it means the government bestowed on us the power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforce obedience''
''It is long overdue because we were unable to function effectively and that led to a lot of these preventable accidents''
''So we are going to effectively carry out our duties from awareness and education to enforcement of the law on road safety related matters''
“The frequent head-on coalitions should be a wake-up call for the Country to consider innovative ways of tackling the problem once and for all”,