$5m upgrade for Horseshoe Bridge

The state government has committed $5 million towards the conversion of the heritage-listed Horseshoe Bridge to allow two-way traffic, as part of the City of Perth's overall traffic management changes.


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Working in the city, I can tell you that traffic is horrible. I catch the train or park in Northbridge when I need to drive in and avoid driving in the CBD at all costs. The biggest cause of congestion in the CBD (mainly the Horseshoe bridge and William St) is buses. Not to mention the amount of times buses run red lights and pedestrians crossing on a green man have to wait or step back to avoid getting hit. With 2 large busports on the outskirts of the CBD, why should buses need to enter right into the CBD? If you want to make the city more traffic friendly limit the amount of buses that have routes directly through it. Just means that people may have to walk 5 minutes to work.

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