If you have something to say about the no right-hand turns trial aimed at improving traffic flow over the congested Charles Street Bridge and into Goderich Street at Invermay now is your chance.
RoadsTas is seeking feedback from the public on its trial of no right-hand turns at the Goderich Street and Lindsay Street intersection and at The Esplanade and Charles Street intersection through an online survey.
The three-month trial began on October 26 and will run until the end of January.
Motorists travelling from the north were only able to access the Bunnings precinct via this right-hand turn, taking the new access road behind the big box shopping area.
From the south, motorists could access Invermay by travelling further north up the East Tamar Highway to the Forster Street intersection.
In other news:
The Department of State Growth designed the trial as part of the $92.5 million Launceston and Tamar Valley Traffic Vision, incorporating priorities from the City of Launceston's Invermay Traffic Master Plan.
Feedback closes on Jan 31 at 11pm. Visit surveymonkey.com/r/goderichfeedback.
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