Traf­fic lig­ht still at lar­ge af­ter ac­ci­dent

George Herald - - Briewe | Letters -

Un­hap­py re­si­dent: It has been a few mont­hs now. The ro­bot has not been re­pla­ced af­ter an ac­ci­dent, I as­su­me, on the midd­le is­land fa­cing the vehi­cles dri­ving from Court­ney in­to York S­treet, i.e. the top of York S­treet at the in­ter­secti­on of York S­treet and CJ Lan­gen­ho­ven.

On a few oc­ca­si­ons vehi­cles that

turn rig­ht in­to CJ Lan­gen­ho­ven are unsu­re w­hen the ro­bot turns red and (w­hen it is) in ef­fect sa­fe to turn.

* Mu­ni­ci­pal Spo­kes­per­son

C­han­tel Ed­wards-K­lo­se: A con­trac­tor has been ap­poin­ted to com­ple­te the re­pairs at the traf­fic lig­ht in que­s­ti­on. Ho­we­ver, the work can on­ly start in the new fi­nan­ci­al y­e­ar that starts in Ju­ly.

A new traf­fic lig­ht will be e­rected at the York and Lan­gen­ho­ven streets in­ter­secti­on in Ju­ly.

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