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The upgrade is one component of a broader $140 million project. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Short list for $47m freeway contract

Three engineering alliances have been shortlisted for a $47 million 'smart freeways' project that will use technology to convert the emergency lane on part of Kwinana Freeway into a full-time traffic lane.

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Live in Shoalwater / Work in Perth CBD
I believe the section of the freeway between Russell Road and Roe Highway, northbound, should be the first cab off the rank as this causes so much traffic congestion, both morning and evening. The section between Canning Highway and the Narrows is manageable in the mornings but quite busy in the evenings. The Russell/Roe section should be carried out as soon as possible, would ease the tempers of drivers due to people lane-swapping trying to gain a few metres. I am very surprised there haven't been loads of road rage incidents along this stretch of congested roadway.

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