Monday, 17 February 2014

Expect delays

The Port of Melbourne's signs, warning of cruise-ship related traffic, are puzzling in a couple of ways. For starters there never really seems to be any more traffic than, say, from the daily arrival of a 2.5km line of vehicles from Tassie.
However even more puzzling is the apparently random selection of dockings warranting these signs. Never is this more evident than when the world's largest ocean liner arrives, yet the signs are for up for the turnaround visit of the 30% smaller Dawn Princess the next day. The Herald Sun had some great photographs though illustrating the scale of the vessel.

1 comment:

  1. It's also annoying that the council seems to place them strategically on corners in a way that best blocks visibility as you stop to turn. Go council.


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