Commuters alongside a busy Noosa highway are questioning the timing of testing on a busy Noosa highway as they face doubtless delays.
A four-wheel-drive drilling rig will take highway samples alongside the shoulder of Beckmans Rd on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The stretch is a infamous bottleneck at college drop-off and pick-up instances.
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The highway, which runs previous Noosaville State College and St Teresa’s Catholic Faculty, was present in earlier visitors counts to hold greater than 18,000 automobiles a day.
The investigative works are being achieved to pave the best way for the long-awaited Cooroy-Noosa Highway/Beckmans Rd intersection improve.
However they’re already attracting public remark for his or her 6am to 6pm schedule, which Noosa Council says could trigger quick visitors delays.
Fb consumer Goergina Rogers requested on-line why the works couldn’t wait till college holidays, which have been only a week away.
She took goal at council for thanking locals prematurely for placing up with the newest main works.
“I perceive and recognize that each one these works are wanted, however a bit of little bit of consideration for everybody getting youngsters to high school and simply attempting to get to work could be drastically appreciated,” Ms Rogers stated.
She stated the latest main Hilton Tce works stopped all visitors for lengthy intervals of time.
“Do not thank us for our persistence but, it is carrying skinny,” Ms Rogers stated.
Rachel Martin additionally believed it was poor timing.
“OMG, wait till college holidays,” she stated.
Rachel Martin stated the timing was “only a irritating factor for fogeys doing college runs”.
“However actually is there ever the proper timing for something?” she stated.