Council may rethink

THE Perth City Council may back down on its opposition to a plan to reverse traffic flows in the CBD’s West End.

If the plan goes ahead, it is believed the reversed traffic flows and new freeway ramps at Wellington Street will simplify access from the West End and West Perth to the Kwinana and Mitchell Freeways.

A shop-front display is being set up in the city near Shafto Lane at Shop 4, 900 Hay Street.

Council staff will be available to discuss the proposed plan, explain details and receive comments and suggestions from the public.

The public are also invited to send written submissions addressed to The City of Perth Access – West End, Reply Paid 120, Perth WA 6839.

All submissions must be received before 5:00pm, Friday 3 March.

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