MikeB4:...we need to address the woeful compliance with current rules first.
I think that lack of compliance is largely driven by frustration at the excessively cautious nature of the current controls at every intersection. Not being able to turn right just because of the red arrow when you have a clear view of oncoming vehicles for example - it's utterly ridiculous. Also, people are becoming very disconnected from driving by having every single opportunity to think for themselves taken away, so they often simply stop thinking as a response.
Do you seriously believe the rules here are More strict than they are in other places with lower road tolls?
I believe the overuse of available control options here in places where they are quite simply excessive leads to people being disengaged from their driving which is dangerous. I don't need a red arrow to tell me not to turn right across the path of an approaching truck - I have the GIVE WAY rule to apply.