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Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Up or down for Humphrey St offshoot?

Map showing the Humphrey St proposal.
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A PLAN to introduce one-way traffic in part of Humphrey St, New Norfolk, has been put out for public comment. The proposal, which does not appear to have gone through a council meeting, was published recently by general manager Greg Winton.

Under the heading "Proposed Traffic Restriction - Humphrey St, New Norfolk", Mr Winton said: "Council intends to seek approval from the Transport Commission to implement changes to a section of Humphrey St between Lachlan Rd and Glebe Rd. This will limit access to only allow one-way traffic entering off Lachlan Rd."

The road in question is the laneway running from Humphrey St up to the council depot on Glebe Rd. Originally a dirt track, the surface was sealed several years ago to the surprise of many of the councillors.

Details of the proposal are on display at the council offices in Circle St and written comments about it can be sent to the general manager, clearly marked "Humphrey St" and must be received by close of business on April 9.

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