town planning -v- road planning

minime2 4 March 2008 8

Walking along Gunghalin Drive today checking out the new subdivision that they seem to be in a real hurry to get going. hundreds of workers and as many big big trucks as I’ve ever seen in one place. You cyclists will want to hold you breath riding by as the black stuff coming out of those giant backhoe things is horrendous. Pedal down Northbourne … its cleaner air. I diverse as I wanted to mention – and check with Gunghalin Al – they ARE building a new intersection half way between traffic lights at Mitchell’s Well Station and Kosiosko at Palmerston. That just does not seem right; but then again, the hopless proof of town planning is Gunghalin – by StanhopeCorbellHargreaves.

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8 Responses to town planning -v- road planning
shanefos shanefos 3:31 pm 04 Mar 08

“All the senior planners in ACTPLA live outside the ACT.
What does that tell you?”

No good roots in Canberra….

Aurelius Aurelius 2:01 pm 04 Mar 08

All the senior planners in ACTPLA live outside the ACT.
What does that tell you?

neanderthalsis neanderthalsis 1:51 pm 04 Mar 08

I hear that there will be a few experienced town planners looking for work in the Illawarra / Capital country region. Given the chronic skills shortage in this field ACTPLA should snap them up… Would make getting development approval much more exciting.

Devil_n_Disquiz Devil_n_Disquiz 12:44 pm 04 Mar 08

I’m sure you meant to digress rather than diverse ??

Or were you still referring to your alternative route cycled 🙂

Ralph Ralph 10:35 am 04 Mar 08

Get with the programme, it is only storm water drainage.

BenMac BenMac 9:36 am 04 Mar 08

I don’t think they are putting an intersection in there. I think they are digging a trench for storm and waste water pipes to be layed. They’ve only just upgraded the intersection at Wells Station Dr, so I think that’ll be used as the the way in/out of the new suburbs.

RandomGit RandomGit 9:24 am 04 Mar 08

‘Get’, I meant ‘Get’.

RandomGit RandomGit 9:24 am 04 Mar 08

Grammar is your friend. get to know it.

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