Council to consider CBD traffic changes

The Perth City Council will decide tonight whether to go ahead with a proposal to open some of the city's major roads, including Hay Street and Murray Street, to two-way traffic.


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There have been nothing but spurious reasons given for this reversion to two way traffic. Making William between Roe and Newcastle two way will not solve Kakulas business problems, and even if it could, it is not for private business interests to dictate traffic flow.

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