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Santos Great Bike Ride Road Closures – November 22, 2009

With the Santos Great Bike Ride on Sunday November 22, 2009 there will be a few road closures. Main Roads WA has published the following details (updated November 19, 2009):

5.00 am to 11.30 am

  • Kwinana Freeway northbound: left lane closed from Canning Highway to Narrows Bridge
  • Kwinana Freeway northbound: Mill Point Road off-ramp
  • Mill Point Road: on-ramp city bound

4.30 am to 11.00 am

  • Barrack Street: Southbound only from Esplanade to Riverside Drive
  • Riverside Drive: Westbound between Barrack Street and Mounts Bay Road
  • Mounts Bay Road: westbound from the Narrows Bridge to Hackett drive

4.30 am to 12.00 pm (noon)

  • Causeway: left lane (city bound)
  • Canning Highway: left lane closed from Way Road to Causeway

4.30 am to 1.00 pm

  • Riverside Drive: both directions from Causeway to Barrack Street

 

Traffic Management will be in place and speed restrictions will apply along the route.

Bicycles will be using the left hand lane which will be separated by cones allowing vehicles to use the remaining lanes. The event is expected to be completed by 11.30 am.

It is also good to see this statement from Main Roads WA:

Main Roads WA, in conjunction with Local Councils and Rotary, supports this charitable event and sees it as another step towards promoting a healthier more environmentally sustainable lifestyle.

8 Responses to Santos Great Bike Ride Road Closures – November 22, 2009

  1. Angry November 22, 2009 at 3:29 PM #

    These road changes crippled the road network. I hope you’re happy.

  2. Angry November 22, 2009 at 11:29 PM #

    These road changes crippled the road network. I hope you’re happy.

  3. Aushiker November 23, 2009 at 1:14 AM #

    Hi Angry. Happy? Yep I am happy. I am happy because it was great to see so many people of all shapes and sizes and levels of fitness out and about participating in physical exercise; taking in our beautiful city, enjoying the sunshine and enjoying a shared experience. As to “crippling” the road network? Hardly. From what I saw there was limited inconvenience. Sure there where some uptight drivers. Pretty sad really … maybe they should have got out of their cars and chilled out and enjoyed a ride. Sure beats stressing out. Maybe something for you to try?

    Regards
    Andrew

  4. Fairy November 23, 2009 at 1:14 AM #

    LOL!! If these minor closures “crippled the road network”, I think we have more problems than a charitable bike ride to worry about.

  5. Aushiker November 23, 2009 at 9:14 AM #

    Hi Angry. Happy? Yep I am happy. I am happy because it was great to see so many people of all shapes and sizes and levels of fitness out and about participating in physical exercise; taking in our beautiful city, enjoying the sunshine and enjoying a shared experience. As to “crippling” the road network? Hardly. From what I saw there was limited inconvenience. Sure there where some uptight drivers. Pretty sad really … maybe they should have got out of their cars and chilled out and enjoyed a ride. Sure beats stressing out. Maybe something for you to try?

    Regards
    Andrew

  6. Fairy November 23, 2009 at 9:14 AM #

    LOL!! If these minor closures “crippled the road network”, I think we have more problems than a charitable bike ride to worry about.

  7. Dave November 23, 2009 at 1:21 AM #

    Angry – you r an asshat. You can put up with an inconvenience for a few days per year. I have to put up with being inconvenienced by inconsiderate souls like yourself every almost every day.

  8. Dave November 23, 2009 at 9:21 AM #

    Angry – you r an asshat. You can put up with an inconvenience for a few days per year. I have to put up with being inconvenienced by inconsiderate souls like yourself every almost every day.

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