Read more:&nbsp;Council voting on freight route intersections The Shire of Northam Council has expressed concern regarding the safety of intersections that would be created by the construction of the Perth-Adelaide National Highway (PANH) or Orange Route. In a council meeting on Wednesday March 21, councilors voted on proposed intersections given to the Shire from Main Roads. Intersections Council were to consider at the meeting&nbsp;included the following with the additions of Trimmer Road and Fox Road: Councilor Steven Pollard said he had issues with the safety of Fox Road, Old Coach Road and Trimmer Road in particular. “They are already not great intersections,” Councilor Pollard said. “There are already issues on those roads and they aren’t designed for what we’re trying to do here. “I worry that all intersections from Clackline through, would be genuinely unsafe.” Councillors discussed their recollection of previous&nbsp;crashes on the proposed roads and moved an ammendment to Main Roads. Northam Council voted 7-2 in favour of&nbsp;a recommendation to be&nbsp;sent to Main Roads saying that Council do not support the termination of the Orange Route at Clackline but instead preferring the route to be extended through to Toodyay Road. Once the recommendation was passed a unanimous 9-0 decision was made to pass the overall motion including the addition of the clause regarding Toodyay Road.