Anzac Parade pain resumes

johnboy 2 December 2010 11

The National Capital Authority is giving notice that their perpetual roadwork on Anzac Parade is resuming bringing more misery to users of that road.

Water barriers will be installed tomorrow on the Parkes Way roundabout, in preparation for major roadwork at the intersection of Anzac Parade and Constitution Avenue.

National Capital Authority Executive Director, Alison Walker-Kaye said the water barriers will reduce the number of lanes in a section of the Parkes Way roundabout.

‘Part of the Parkes Way roundabout will be reduced to one lane to control traffic entering the work area on Anzac Parade,’ she said.

It will, hopefully, be all over by Anzac Day.


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spinact spinact 10:10 pm 03 Dec 10

Jethro said :

There is no logical reason why there would need to be more roadworks on Anzac Parade.

Therefore, the only possible explanation is that the government is building some sort of underground bunker that links the Parliamentary Triangle with Defence and ASIO.

What? In addition to the existing bunker…………….ooops I’ve said too much

screaming banshee screaming banshee 8:33 pm 03 Dec 10

rogerthat said :

Years of continuous roadworks on Anzac Parade and yet still no threat of bike lanes being installed.

Thank god for that!

Jethro Jethro 8:18 am 03 Dec 10

LMR said :

Jethro said :

There is no logical reason why there would need to be more roadworks on Anzac Parade.

Therefore, the only possible explanation is that the government is building some sort of underground bunker that links the Parliamentary Triangle with Defence and ASIO.

To remedy your ignorance check out:

http://www.nationalcapital.gov.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1750:signalisation-of-anzac-parade-blamey-crescent-and-currong-street-intersection&catid=124:other-projects&Itemid=719

and

http://www.nationalcapital.gov.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1748:anzac-parade-and-constitution-avenue-intersection-works&catid=124:other-projects&Itemid=719

That’s what they want you to think.

Deref Deref 7:44 am 03 Dec 10

MelonHead said :

“Signalisation”

Oh dear. What is becoming of our language?

They’re leveraging it going forward anymore.

NapalmEnema NapalmEnema 6:55 am 03 Dec 10

But those intersections don’t need “signalisation”. They are fine the way they are. Retards with no respect for our time and money, but then again if you pay somebody to “signalise” things then it is going to happen regardless of whether it is required.
Hard to believe that it is gpoing to take so long but I am used to gross incompetence by now. I wonder if they will try to get as much done as possible during the XMAS break?

rogerthat rogerthat 10:46 pm 02 Dec 10

Years of continuous roadworks on Anzac Parade and yet still no threat of bike lanes being installed.

MelonHead MelonHead 8:04 pm 02 Dec 10

“Signalisation”

Oh dear. What is becoming of our language?

LMR LMR 7:44 pm 02 Dec 10

Jethro said :

There is no logical reason why there would need to be more roadworks on Anzac Parade.

Therefore, the only possible explanation is that the government is building some sort of underground bunker that links the Parliamentary Triangle with Defence and ASIO.

To remedy your ignorance check out:

http://www.nationalcapital.gov.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1750:signalisation-of-anzac-parade-blamey-crescent-and-currong-street-intersection&catid=124:other-projects&Itemid=719

and

http://www.nationalcapital.gov.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1748:anzac-parade-and-constitution-avenue-intersection-works&catid=124:other-projects&Itemid=719

Pork Hunt Pork Hunt 6:54 pm 02 Dec 10

Canberra Av is slower and slower each day as a result.

Anyone care to take a guess when the airport will be free of orange barrier thingys?

How effing long does it take to dig a hole in the ground and put bitumen in it?

Jethro Jethro 6:50 pm 02 Dec 10

There is no logical reason why there would need to be more roadworks on Anzac Parade.

Therefore, the only possible explanation is that the government is building some sort of underground bunker that links the Parliamentary Triangle with Defence and ASIO.

dtc dtc 5:46 pm 02 Dec 10

Its a good thing that peak hour traffic moves so quickly along Limestone Avenue at the moment; and that there is an obvious speedy alternative route through the Russell Roundabout… this wont cause any problems.

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