Dysfunction junction

I WORK near 'dysfunction junction' at Worle and drive through it several times most days. It is a badly designed, poorly co-ordinated mess with the queues of traffic

I WORK near 'dysfunction junction' at Worle and drive through it several times most days. It is a badly designed, poorly co-ordinated mess with the queues of traffic in most directions at most times. The only times when there are minimal queues are when the traffic lights are out of action, causing drivers to slow down, use their common sense and allow each other through. Could I suggest the council tries a three-month trial with the lights disabled, but suitable warnings in place, and we can see if this arrangement reduces the present chaos?R M DARLING - Via email


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