Bridge fix ‘not good enough’

Skenes Creek’s Caroline Wren is among the residents concerned about pedestrian safety and the town’s bridge, which a truck crashed through last year. The State Government says it will repair the bridge by mid-November, while building new bridges in other Great Ocean Road towns.

Skenes Creek residents, who have already waited nine months for bridge repairs at the “worst speeding blackspot on the Great Ocean Road”, say $200,000 for pedestrian safety is not good enough.

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One Response to “Bridge fix ‘not good enough’”

  1. Phil Alexander

    So many recent reports in the Colac Herald have surfaced (pardon the pun) about roads needing repair and dangerous black spots. Presumably these problems have existed for a very long time. Probably just a coincidence these reports have intensified during the reign of the current State Labor Government.

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