PREVIEW: Months on, York Street traffic lights remain dormant

Traffic is a free-for-all, says motorists.

Traffic lights at the crossing of York Street and Allen Street, remain inactive.

The robots went down at the Easter weekend this year.

According to residents, a vehicle lost control and ploughed through a wall and transformer box at the intersection.

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Just short of two months later, traffic light woes have continued.

In the meantime, motorists said it became a nightmare to traverse.

For the full story on the York Street intersection, read this week’s Newcastle Advertiser.

The latest edition is on shelves from Thursday morning onward.

 

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