Letter to the Editor - November 26: Traffic nightmare

IN REPLY to Mark Riley's comments on how good the Cook Dr intersection is - you're joking Mark, the intersection is worse now than it ever was.

It takes up to four sets of light changes to get out of Cook Dr if you're lucky, and on the weekends it's an absolute nightmare.

Bunnings should have stayed where it was, now with Masters off Hurley Dr, it's going to be traffic jams all day.

Whoever came up with this plan needs horse whipping.

Cook Dr and Hurley Dr have one way in and out and that is unsafe. If there was an accident or fire, people at the far end would be blocked in.

Hurley Dr and Cook Dr need to be linked together, then linked to the airport roundabout. That would make traffic flow better.

DAVID KNEVETT



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