POLICE hold concerns for Holt’s Max Irvin, 25, has been missing since 4pm yesterday (October 19). He left home in his car, a white 1994 model Ford laser bearing NSW registration VFZ331 and hasn’t been […]
AFTER a number of accidents have caused traffic delays at the intersection of Tillyard and Ginninderra Drive, the ACT government should be compelled to release the details of an overdue traffic study, says Member for Ginninderra Elizabeth Kikkert.Mrs Kikkert says residents were promised by the government that the outcomes of the study, including the final scheme for improvements and the priorities for implementation would be released to the community by mid-2017.
“In June I asked the Minister for Transport and City Services Meegan Fitzharris why the completion of this study had been delayed. I received no explanation and was simply told that the outcomes and proposed traffic management plan should be released by September 2017,” she says.
“It is now October and we still have nothing from the government, which is sad considering how important this issue is for Canberrans who live or travel in the area.”