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Lanyon Drive to get upgraded

By johnboy 21 March 2007 23

John Hargreaves has announced that Tuggeranong is going to get more gutters to fit the thronging masses wanting to join Brendan Smyth down there.

the design of the Lanyon Drive upgrade is currently underway and ultimately will cover the duplication of Lanyon Drive from Monaro Highway to Tompsitt Drive in NSW, with intersection improvements included at Monaro Highway and Sheppard Street.

Interestingly NSW have chipped in $8 million to the $20 million dollar project. Are there any other roads our Queanbos would like looking at?

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simbo 11:13 am 24 Mar 07

I’m at a bit of a loss as to why a lot of the diverted traffic has chosen the Manaro Highway – I drive home from Civic to Curtin along Lady Denham drive most days (which is the most obvious bypass around the Glenloch shemozzle), but I haven’t noticed it being horrendously busier than it was before the Glenloch came along…

miz 11:03 pm 23 Mar 07

Sammy what time do you take the Monaro? I am travelling from Chisholm to Barton either in the car around 7:50-8am, or on the bus around 8:15am. Definitely ten mins longer – and the difference is Monaro Hwy traffic, most mornings. The bus has also had to detour a couple of times through Narrabundah due to bottlenecks.

Sammy 11:56 am 23 Mar 07

The commute along Monaro Hwy is ten mins longer this year than last year

I assume this is meant to be hyperbole. The commute along Monaro Hwy, from Chisholm to Fyshwick, takes me little more than ten minutes every morning. Does this mean this trip took 0 minutes last year?

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