spot the problem with the sign. (Compared to the International Standard that you posted.)The result of my one-minute google image search. Couldn't find any erect, only those flaccid ...
Um, spot the problem with the sign. (Compared to the International Standard that you posted.)Spot the difference?
Road routes can always be closed or diverted somewhere else. That kind of thing can be handled using announce and defend, or even announce and ignore as in the case of the sham request for public input on the Marion station urinal/tunnel.
I would be more concerned about the higher wires increasing the chance of a pantograph getting entangled and pulling the kit down at the Morphett Road crossing than with the occasional tall load having to go a couple of kilometres further to use South Road.
Um, spot the problem with the sign. (Compared to the International Standard that you posted.)
DonYou're talking exclusively about fatalities from overhead power lines there? I was just referring to people who get drunk while fishing and drown. I grew up in a rural locale with lots of popular fishing spots where this was a frequent occurrence, sometimes in very shallow water but almost always at night when it's easy to get confused and lose sight of the shore.
Let's get this right off topic.
The boaties at most risk are yachties who generally drink less than most. They would have to travel with the mast rigged to be in any danger and there are plenty of low slung power lines to get them first.
. . . . . Is there any indication of what they're doing over the first of these prolonged 'mini' shut-downs?Regarding shutdowns, one location which will still need a significant shutdown is Tonsley Junction.
Unless others can advise to the contrary I do not think there are sufficient DEMUs to be able to extend the service to Seaford. Certainly even an hourly service to Tonsley will not be on with the vehicles available.There are enough to extend to Seaford (without any shortening of consists on any line) with all off-peak services and half of the services operating on the peak hour skip-stop timetable.
I did hear somewhere else that Tonsley junction will be done during a shut over Easter.So long as it is taken with the appropriate dose of laughter, that was previously posted on the DPTI website before they rearranged it [again] where it now just says "mid 2014."
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