More on roundabout

LETTER

Re: No queue, or horns — November 27 letter and comments.
The point being overlooked is the traffic lights are there not only for cars, as “Biker Bob” points out. They also facilitate four pedestrian crossings.
Equality for all . . . . Ha-ha.
Floyd the walker
I suggest installing two pedestrian crossings (one for each road) that are a little back from the roundabout.
And yes, the lights just cause more anxiety and are not as free-flowing as the makeshift roundabout currently is proving to be.
Steve, Reads Quay
The roundabout at Peel and Palmerston is a total win for everyone. Works a charm and no delays. I think it should be made permanent. Why do we need a stoplight there? A simple fix and everyone will be happy.
Robert DeLong
I agree with Linda P, please put a roundabout at Peel Street Reads Quay intersection it is so much quicker driving through without having to stop for lights and sometimes non exisiting traffic, and for quite some five minutes or more. Come on Council do your bit, have a listen to the people who drive through that intersection every day.
Grumpy Driver
Re: No queue, or horns — November 27 letter and comments.
The point being overlooked is the traffic lights are there not only for cars, as “Biker Bob” points out. They also facilitate four pedestrian crossings.
Equality for all . . . . Ha-ha.
Floyd the walker
I suggest installing two pedestrian crossings (one for each road) that are a little back from the roundabout.
And yes, the lights just cause more anxiety and are not as free-flowing as the makeshift roundabout currently is proving to be.
Steve, Reads Quay
The roundabout at Peel and Palmerston is a total win for everyone. Works a charm and no delays. I think it should be made permanent. Why do we need a stoplight there? A simple fix and everyone will be happy.
Robert DeLong
I agree with Linda P, please put a roundabout at Peel Street Reads Quay intersection it is so much quicker driving through without having to stop for lights and sometimes non exisiting traffic, and for quite some five minutes or more. Come on Council do your bit, have a listen to the people who drive through that intersection every day.
Grumpy Driver
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