As a local, I never expected the fence line sections …

Comment on Pedestrians ignore new $300,000 crossing at The Gap by Kevin.

As a local, I never expected the fence line sections to last for more than a week, well they lasted a little longer but now there is a gap. How much was spent, or realistically, how much has been wasted – I mean really, who puts a pedestrian crossing at a busy T-intersection, anyway?
The shortest point between two places is a straight line, perhaps this should have been part of the master plan.
How long before they give up on replacing the panels?

Recent Comments by Kevin

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Liz I have known you for 17 years since I arrived in Alice, I have always admired your true grit and the passion you have had for the Transport Hall of Fame.
It is a very sad day in the history of Alice Springs.
I am very annoyed at this whole situation. This is an outrage.
I wish you all the best for your future.
Love from Kevin Everett


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Loved reading it but its still a sad situation.
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We had one right here in Todd Street.
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