Liberal Senator Seselja and Liberal MLA Coe have joined forces to tell us what Zed’s going to do for ACT roads with Alistair’s help.
Zed Seselja, Liberal Senator for the ACT, has been appointed Chair of the ACT Consultative Panel for the Black Spot Programme by Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Jamie Briggs. Deputy Leader of the Canberra Liberals, and Shadow Minister for Transport Alistair Coe MLA, along with other members of the Assembly, will be working with Senator Seselja to provide local consultation in to the programme
As chair of the panel, Mr Seselja will play a crucial role in determining which dangerous roads are the highest priorities for federal funding.
“The Black Spot Programme is an incredibly important program that funds works to improve safety at the worst accident black spot sites in the ACT”, Mr Seselja said.
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The Black Spot Programme commenced in 1996 to assist in reducing the risk and associated trauma of road accidents across Australia and has delivered improvements at over 6,500 sites around Australia through some $980 million in funding.
“It is important that we work across all levels of government to ensure that Canberrans have safer roads, stated Mr Coe MLA. “I welcome Senator Seselja’s appointment to this important position and look forward to working with him to ensure local concerns are heard.”
Perhaps more interesting though the headline caught my eye:
LIBERALS FIGHTING HARD FOR SAFER ROADS
So the challenge is to just take those five words and rearrange for humorous effect. Go for it in the comments.