The impacts of freight terminals on Perryman Peninsula are immediately evident, from trash to traffic. The two-lane Perryman Road, the only major access to and from the peninsula, sees over 2,000 trucks and nearly 3,000 cars per day. Traffic issues impact the ability for fire, police, and emergency medical services to reach the peninsula.
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This is part three of nine in the Paving Paradise series by Gabriel Watson of The Commons. We will feature a new part each week.
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Keep hammering these SOB’s.
They do far more damage to the roads & environments than they will never tell you. Also, watch out for the criminals, drug dealers & prostitutes they attract.