$103,000 to fix Black Spots in Noble Park

Mark Dreyfus QC MP, Federal Member for Isaacs, yesterday inspected the intersection of Corrigan Road and Kingsclere Avenue at Noble Park, which will receive a $103,000 upgrade, under the Federal Government's black spot program.

Mark Dreyfus QC MP, Federal Member for Isaacs, yesterday inspected the intersection of Corrigan Road and Kingsclere Avenue at Noble Park, which will receive a $103,000 upgrade, under the Federal Government's black spot program.

The busy intersection in Noble Park will have a fully controlled right turn and a right turn lane installed.

Mr Dreyfus said upgrade to the Corrigan Road and Kingsclere Avenue intersection will improve safety for motorists and pedestrians using this busy intersection and will assist traffic flow in Kingsclere Avenue which is a feeder road to the Parkmore Shopping Centre."

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"This important investment by the Federal Government is helping to make our local roads in Noble Park safer."

"Since being elected in 2007, the Federal Labor Government has allocated over $1.1 million to fix five black spots in the Isaacs electorate."

The safety upgrade was recommended by a panel of independent road safety experts and will be delivered during the course of the 2011/2012 financial year.

"And the good thing about our Black Spot program is that anyone can suggest an intersection or section of road they believe should be considered for a safety upgrade.

"Nomination forms are available from my office.  Alternatively, they can be downloaded from: http://www.nationbuildingprogram.gov.au/."