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Traffic Safety And Control In A School

By Dennis Dandolo

Several decades ago, university administrators would never have thought about having problems with traffic inside the school premises. That was then, when students were mostly using the public modes of transportation. In fact, many of them used bicycles on their way to school and back. Most of the cars found on the parking lot were either owned by the professors, the administrative staff, or by visitors. Now that cars are fast becoming as common as mobile phones among the students, the administrators are confronted with challenges in maintaining order and safety in traffic.

No school administration would think of ignoring the importance of traffic control nowadays. Negligence on this doesn’t pose a threat to the students’ academic conditions but it can damage a school’s reputation. Without any management in traffic, the school’s roads will be congested. Without any clear rules to follow, young drivers will easily conclude that the situation is free for all to exploit. Naturally, arguments among drivers can take place either through the use of horns or through shouting. The noise generated by such mayhem can indeed make the school roads sound like a typical road downtown.

What may immediately come to the administration’s mind is that they can always utilize the university police to maintain discipline in streets. This is the most ideal way of enforcing the traffic rules. However, before thinking of whom to employ for such a job, a clear set of traffic rules must first be made. Traffic control doesn’t just pertain to the presence of people authorized to manage vehicular flow in the school. It refers to the entire system of principles, enforcing rules, and implementing mechanisms and agencies that ensure safety and order in the streets.

Despite the presence of the university police manning the campus roads, order in traffic may still not be guaranteed. Prior to enforcement, it’s necessary for the administration to ensure that the students are well informed of the traffic policies and the punitive measures for any violation. This can be considered as a means of preparing the students for traffic situations outside the school, where there are many rules with just as many potential violations.

The university administration must consult with the local traffic authorities in whatever town or city that the school is located. This is because whatever traffic control systems are implemented within the campus may affect the conditions of the adjacent public roads, especially those that lead to the school. The consultation will also lead to operational cooperation between the university police and the local traffic authorities.

The school administration may consider seeking outside help in maintaining traffic control within the campus. This can happen if they deem that the university police just don’t have enough manpower for this particular job. There are private traffic management firms that the administration can hire for this specific function. Normally, such companies will first research the traffic situation of the school and then they’ll provide a recommendation on how problems can be solved.

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Dandolo, Dennis "Traffic Safety And Control In A School." Traffic Safety And Control In A School. 22 Jun. 2010. 13 Aug 2015 <>.

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