Traffic lights cause controversy in Orange

Traffic lights cause controversy in Orange

The proposal for a second set of traffic lights at the Farrell road intersection in Orange has proved to be a controversial issue.

Councillors signed off on the 200 thousand dollar lights on the fourth of June, as part of an initiative to fix traffic congestion.

However, member for Orange Andrew Gee and the Roads and Maritime Services both oppose the second set of lights.

But Orange City Councillor Russell Turner is one of the only councillors in favour and he believes they could solve a lot of frustration for motorists.

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