Lights send wrong sig­nal: mar­shal

Pinjarra Murray Times - - NEWS -

GREENFIELDS res­i­dent Neil Ware claims there is a lack of con­sis­tency with traf­fic lights around Man­durah.

The former World Rally Cham­pi­onships safety mar­shal said the Lakes Road and Pin­jarra Road in­ter­sec­tion at Coodanup was par­tic­u­larly bad.

“I’ve sat through three sets of lights try­ing to turn right off Lakes Road,” he said.

“They barely let two cars through at a time.”

Mr Ware also took is­sue with the An­struther Road and Pin­jarra Road in­ter­sec­tion. He said traf­fic would get backed up on Pin­jarra Road with ve­hi­cles wait­ing to turn right on to An­struther Road.

Mr Ware learnt about traf­fic flows and road clo­sures when he worked for Tele­com.

A Main Roads spokes­woman said it would re­view the sig­nal phas­ing at the in­ter­sec­tion of Lakes Road and Pin­jarra Road in the com­ing months.

A City of Man­durah spokesman said there were no plans to re­view the An­struther Road and Pin­jarra Road in­ter­sec­tion.

Pic­ture: Jon Hew­son­mu­ni­ d486012

Neil Ware wants more con­sis­tency with Man­durah traf­fic lights.

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