WE NEED A TWO LANE SO­LU­TION

Mandurah Coastal Times - - OPINION -

LAST week stuck in the traf­fic crawl up to the glo­ri­ous es­tu­ary bridge, I fol­lowed a mo­torist to the other snail crawl up to the Old Bridge where Zak Kirkup had the Lib­eral sa­fari trailer parked to add to the con­fu­sion.

What a thrill. Hope­fully Peter Bell on the ABC Ra­dio will in­clude Man­durah in all fu­ture 8am road traf­fic re­ports.

Hope­fully a La­bor McGowan gov­ern­ment will give the po­lice an ex­tra pa­trol car in Fal­con so Of­fi­cer Plod won't have to charge down the high­way through Halls Head 10 times a day.

Prob­a­bly the old Tuckey Store would be a good lo­ca­tion for a po­lice gym­na­sium.

Clearly Adam Woodage is cor­rect. The Lib­er­als had their chance with law and or­der is­sues and failed. But would La­bor have so­lu­tions to make that re­volv­ing door cir­cus pageant at the Mag­is­trates Court more ac­count­able so po­lice won't have to ap­pre­hend the same cul­prits twice a month?

At least Dave Schu­macher has a po­ten­tial so­lu­tion to open up two lanes on the Es­tu­ary Bridge for early morn­ing mo­torists. This sys­tem is used on the Sydney Har­bour Bridge ev­ery day of the year. DAVID COOMBS, Halls Head.

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