One way goes viral

What way?  Adrian Darakai’s catchy song about Warragul’s one-way traffic conversion has created plenty of laughs about a controversial local issue.

Warragul songwriter Adrian Darakai certainly struck a chord when his catchy song and accompanying video clip “One Way in Warragul” hit the internet last week. The humorous take on the controversial Smith Street roadworks attracted laughs, positive feedback and even

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Smith Street changes

Motorists travelling south along Smith St are now required to give way to Victoria St south bound traffic at the new cenotaph intersection that was created last week when the southern section of Smith St was converted to one-way traffic.

The southern section of Smith St, Warragul is now one way. Works to convert the street to one-way traffic were undertaken on Wednesday night. The one-way traffic, in a southerly direction, is in place between the Palmerston St roundabout and

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One-way underway

Baw Baw Shire engineer and project manager Lee Yuill outlines the Smith St works to Cale Anderson of Warragul during a public information session at the Palmerston St kiosk on Thursday.

The $1.5 million controversial redevelopment of Smith St, Warragul is underway this week, with works to convert the southern section to one way traffic beginning yesterday. There has been a mixed response to council plans to convert Smith St, south

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One way for Smith St

A section of Smith Street is next to be converted to one way in Warragul as Baw Baw Shire Council awards a $1.5 million tender for the works which are expected to begin early next year.

After years of debate about the best solution for traffic management in Warragul’s central business district, works are ready to begin to convert the centre section of Smith St to one way traffic. The works, that will create one way

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Car parks lost for new look

Streetscape works are well underway in Smith Street, Warragul which will result in the loss of eight car parking spaces.

Eight car parking spaces will be lost once current streetscape works in Smith St are completed, but Baw Baw Shire mayor Joe Gauci said new car parking spaces would be created as works progress in other central business district areas.

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