If you've ever found yourself wondering who should give way at the intersection of Wallendoon and Sutton Streets you're not alone - a councillor at the last council meeting said he had even had police give way to him because they were unsure who had the right of way.
"We all know what an absolute nightmare of an intersection that is," Cr Gil Kelly told the meeting, saying he was strongly in favour of the proposal by the local traffic committee to remove the sign on Wallendoon Street.
Cr Charlie Sheahan said the current situation was that there were three give way signs at the intersection: two on Sutton Street and one on Wallendoon Street.
"That's what creates the confusion," he said, "so we've proposed the give way sign on Wallendoon Street be removed, so that traffic flow on Wallendoon will be uninterrupted, while Sutton Street will be the give way thoroughfare.
General manager Phil McMurray said it was important that the public be fully informed of the proposal before it was implemented.
"We'll put a bit of thought into it and get media releases out as well as advance warnings that there will be a change in traffic conditions before it's enacted," Mr McMurray said.
Mayor Abb McAlister said he agreed with the recommendation, saying it was currently an intersection where you're never sure what the right thing to do is.
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