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|19th April 2009, 18:19||#16|
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|19th April 2009, 19:25||#17|
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Really sad. Used to be one of my favourite roads. The tunnels are awesome. Do the big ventilation fans work now? Last when I saw them in October not one was working.
Lets make sure we spread the word to as many people as we can. This might help ensure people do not overspeed and get into trouble. Keeping at 80 kmph should make things a little easier to cope with.
@M124: You were lucky. Make sure you never outrun your lights at night!
|19th April 2009, 23:08||#18|
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|20th April 2009, 00:57||#19|
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Why are we as a nation, so low on maintenance?. Even private home owners won't bother to whitewash their homes every once in a while, even when they can easily afford it. Sad state of affairs.
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|20th April 2009, 09:39||#22|
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I think we have the right to demand for good road on every road we pay toll for. Maybe there can be some protests organized and people can refuse to pay tolls till the time the road is restored to its original condition.
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