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Crash hot-spots spreading

INCREASED congestion on Wagga’s roads has brought about a number of caraccident hot-spots and dangerous bottlenecks, a local towtruck driver believes.
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Craig Glasson attributes the city’s growth, “bizarre” roundabout rules and impatience to a rise in the rate of car crashes.

He said accidents, which used to be mostly limited to several bad pin-points, are now widely spread.

“We’re seeing more accidents because of all the bottlenecks around town,” he said. “People are getting impatient and taking risks, taking small gaps and paying for it.”

COSTLY BLUNDER: A minor collision at a roundabout in Wagga.

“Council’s decision to change the roundabout signage has only made matters worse because a lot of those pin-points have just become a bit confusing.

PINCH POINT: Tow truck driver Craig Glasson has flagged Glenfield road as a hot-spot.

“Edward Street, Docker Street and the Glenfield roundabout would have to be the most common ones, but they’re certainly widespread.”

Mr Glasson added that the causes ofcrashes have changed significantly since the development of driver safety technologies.

“The change in the cars and their components, it has changed the game –you’ve got ABS and safety features keeping people safe,” he said.

“You’re getting more crashes arise out of frustration, impatience and complacency and less where peoples’ tyres and brakes can’t handle the wet roads.”

While the city has been free of any serious or deadly crashes recently, motorists are becoming involved in bingles “on a daily basis”.

Matthew Simms, who was recently involved in a minor accident at the Bourke Street roundabout, said he hadseen a number of small crashes in the last three weeks.

“Thankfully you don’t have the bad, horrific crashes but you certainly see your share of small crashes and it’s a bit worrying,” he said.

“The roundabouts seem to be some of the worst because nobody stays in their own lane, and nobody knows whether to enter a roundabout alongside a truck.

“They’re only small hits for the most partand they aren’t too worrying –but you always have that fear it could lead to something worse.”

It comes aftertheDobney Avenue and Pearson Street junction was unanimously voted the most problematic intersectionin a TheDaily Advertiser survey last year.

NOTORIOUS: The Bunnings roundabout has long been labelled by motorists as the “most dangerous” road.

Council will address the issues with roundabout signage during a review over coming weeks.

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