Attached is another example in a somewhat more highly trafficked Adelaide location than Mal Rowe's example. This is where adjacent to Unley Park railway station, Cross Road, (the main road link from the Adelaide Hills at Glen Osmond to the coast at Glenelg) crosses the broad gauge AdelaideMetro line to Belair and the standard gauge line to Melbourne. There is an offset road intersection also controlled by traffic lights a couple of hundred metres behind the photographic position.
From:tramsdownunder@... tramsdownunder@...> On Behalf Of Mal Rowe
Sent: Monday, 11 January 2021 12:47 PM
Subject: Re: [TramsDownUnder] Princes Highway Crossing Signal Replacement – December 2020
On 11/01/2021 12:59,limestone@... wrote:
> Traffic Lights are the only answer at level crossings as they give
> motorists an awareness of their existence and they are all used to
> their existence and the rules that apply.
Here's the view looking west from the former terminus of the tramway in
Puckle St Moonee Ponds.
It has the trifecta of railway flashing light, traffic lights
(coordinated with the rail signals) and boom barriers.
Mal Rowe - who wonders if more is better