I am asking this question after seeing another collision on the Ellenborough Street side of the intersection earlier this week.
One of many in recent times.
It appears either there is a design problem with the intersection, or a lot of drivers, who are turning right into Ellenborough from the Barton Highway, have a problem with determining the closing speed and distance of vehicles coming towards them down the rise from Kaleen.
Numerous times when coming from Kaleen either in my (large) Troopy, or on my motorcycle, I have to avoid drivers who leave it to the last second to cross over in front of me when they turn right into Ellenborough.
At times the same thing occurs with drivers who are turning right off Ellenborough to go to the Barton Highway.
I always get set to slow or brake when approaching the intersection when there are vehicles waiting to cross.
The drivers are even looking at me so I assume they are aware of my vehicle but still dawdle across the intersection.
I am curious to see if other Kaleen-ites have experienced this same problem?