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Dr CARLING-JENKINS (Western Metropolitan) — My constituency question is to the Minister For Roads and Road Safety, Luke Donnellan, in the Legislative Assembly, and it is in regard to an initiative of my constituents calling for the installation of traffic lights at the intersection of Perth Avenue and Ballarat Road in Albion. A report by Brimbank City Council of 21 February confirms that Albion residents have no controlled intersection from which they can access Ballarat Road to head towards the Melbourne CBD. It endorses the Perth Avenue intersection with Ballarat Road as the most appropriate location for a signal to provide that controlled access. Further, traffic signals would also provide a much-needed safe crossing of Ballarat Road for pedestrians. The Albion action group and the Albion and Ardeer Community Club are actively campaigning on this issue and seek a resolution. So my question is simply: when will the government facilitate the installation of traffic lights at the intersection of Perth Avenue and Ballarat Road in Albion?

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