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Car window washers will soon become a thing of the past along Northbourne Avenue, after the government banned the practice due to the light rail.
Window washing has been outlawed at five intersections along Northbourne Avenue, including the intersections of Barry Drive and Cooyong Street, Macarthur and Wakefield Avenue, Mouat and Antill Street, the Barton and Federal Highway and the intersection of Flemington Road and the Federal Highway.
The ACT government said window washing was banned along the transport corridor due to safety concerns with the light rail.
A light rail vehicle. Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong
Other commercial activities have also been banned within 50 metres of the intersections, including displaying ads, selling or offering items for sale, hitchhiking or seeking contributions or employment from someone in a vehicle.
This article first appeared on www.canberratimes.com.au
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