Re: Driver trapped in Sydney CBD car and light rail collision
  Tony Galloway

Near my place is a one way traffic circulating system around a few blocks, a virtual roundabout with houses in the centre. Last year there was a three car collision outside my place where a large 4WD going the wrong way hit two other vehicles travelling in the correct direction. To get into the wrong direction the 4WD would have had to come down a one way side street the wrong way then turn into opposing traffic, or dodge around a triangular traffic island into opposing traffic.

Simple signs - ONE WAY, DO NOT ENTER and STOP - seem to be invisible mysteries to too many drivers.


> On 30 Apr 2021, at 11:27 am, Matthew Geier matthew@...> wrote:


> On 30/4/21 11:18 am, TP wrote:

>> He was driving the correct direction but had veered onto the tram tracks and the high velocity


> The only way to have collision was to have been driving the WRONG WAY down Devonshire street. They had ignored No Entry and/or One Way traffic signs to get into that position in the first place.




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