Tina Dudley is grateful she is not organising her daughter’s funeral after a crash at a notorious North Canterbury hotspot - the Tram Rd overbridge - last week.
According to NZTA data, there have been 60 crashes on the section of the Tram Rd overbridge between the off and on-ramps since the start of 2000.
Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey said he was angry about the latest crash, after championing for better visibility over the bridge.
An NZTA spokeswoman said motorists needed to heed the road markings – a painted line and stop sign – and check each way before turning.
“Staff are looking at ways to make both sides operate in as safe a way as they can. However, people do need to obey the stop sign.’’
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if you do not want to stop traffic going through woodend.....why not put in an under ground walkway..i presume it is for the safety of pedestrians.. sorry if i have missed this idea if it has been aired before.
A mountain biker in Hanmer Springs has become the latest person to spot what appears to be Canterbury’s elusive large black cat.
Christchurch osteopath Mark Orr, 25, said he was lifting his mountain bike over a fallen tree on the 780 metre Perseverance biking trail on Sunday when he saw a large cat about 50m away.
Have you seen a large black cat in North Canterbury?