M2 not happy.

M2 not happy.

Postby trek52 » Sun Jul 28, 2013 1:03 pm

Looks like eastbound we are screwed for another 2 years !!! This is killing me !!!
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Re: M2 not happy.

Postby queequeg » Sun Jul 28, 2013 3:54 pm

Yup, not happy either. It sounds like they seriously stuffed up the widening in one section.
My big worry is that after they finish that, along comes the F3 to M2 tunnel and we'll get kicked off again!
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Re: M2 not happy.

Postby DoubleSpeeded » Sat Aug 17, 2013 9:16 am

queequeg wrote:Yup, not happy either. It sounds like they seriously stuffed up the widening in one section.
My big worry is that after they finish that, along comes the F3 to M2 tunnel and we'll get kicked off again!



ive only seen the F2 a number of times in the morning...


its like as if the F2 was created by the Devil not by humans...

its an abomination in peak hour
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Re: M2 not happy.

Postby queequeg » Sat Aug 17, 2013 9:24 am

I have enjoyed whizzing past all the cars stuck in congestion most afternoons. Traffic seems to snake back from Pennant Hills Rd through the Norfolk Tunnel and towards Browns Waterhole.
I get a rather smug feeling when I see the flashing signs saying "Reduced Speed due to Congestion". Wait, wasn't the upgrade supposed to fix that?
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Re: M2 not happy.

Postby Boognoss » Sat Aug 17, 2013 7:50 pm

queequeg wrote:I have enjoyed whizzing past all the cars stuck in congestion most afternoons. Traffic seems to snake back from Pennant Hills Rd through the Norfolk Tunnel and towards Browns Waterhole.
I get a rather smug feeling when I see the flashing signs saying "Reduced Speed due to Congestion". Wait, wasn't the upgrade supposed to fix that?


Same here :lol: :lol: $900+ million spent and $6+ per vehicle every trip and they've moved the pinch point 2 km west. Transurban, moving Sydney into the 1930s.......

Here's a little vid of part of my arvo commute yesterday (speed at 800%).

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Re: M2 not happy.

Postby zero » Mon Aug 19, 2013 1:20 pm

freshly widened motorway is still slower than a bicycle. :roll:
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Re: M2 not happy.

Postby queequeg » Mon Aug 19, 2013 2:09 pm

zero wrote:freshly widened motorway is still slower than a bicycle. :roll:


It is a sight to behold. Nothing more smug than averaging a higher speed than done fancy euro car in the adjacent lane. I have been sick the last few weeks, but prior to that I managed 37.5km/h avg on my slow bike with panniers.
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