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Robinson Road set to close 2022

By Claire Ottaviano MAIN Roads WA (MRWA) claims the closure of Robinson Road will not significantly impact traffic issues in Midland. However, the results of  a traffic study show worrying long term predictions on congestion in Bellevue and Midland. The ...

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Hale Rd plans still not up to scratch

By Melissa Sheil UPDATED plans for a controversial Wattle Grove/Forrestfield interchange were released last week, but much of the community still think the State Government has missed the mark. Transport Minister Rita Saffioti said the new design of the Tonkin ...

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Speed limit concerns

By Rebecca Peppiatt Residents in Hovea say a speed increase on Park Road is unsafe and dangerous to local wildlife and children. Park Road was one of five roads in the area reviewed by Main Roads at the Shire of ...

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Green light for signalised crossing

By Breanna Inferrera MAIN Roads WA (MRWA) has given its blessing for a zebra crossing in the heart of Kalamunda to be upgraded to a signalised crossing.    But the City of Kalamunda will need to design, fund and obtain ...

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Off the chopping block

By Liam Ducey SIXTY trees on Campersic Road in Herne Hill are officially off the chopping block, with City of Swan council voting to enshrine the trees. The road is considered a black spot area, with the City of Swan ...

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Crosswalk back in spotlight

By Breanna Inferrera A GOOSEBERRY Hill resident is urging the community to support a petition calling for upgrades to a ‘dangerous’ crosswalk in the heart of Kalamunda. On June 27, Tash Adams said she witnessed a ‘near miss’ at the ...

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Northlink noise never ends

THE problems with the State Government’s Northlink project are multiplying, with one significant problem leaving residents living north of Ellenbrook feeling like second class citizens. As reported in Northlink leaves drivers spitting chips (Echo News, May 15), since the $1.02 ...

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