Pedestrian refuge plans not adequate: parent | Video

By Hannah Baker
Updated March 9 2017 - 4:00pm, first published March 3 2017 - 12:00pm
SCHOOL KIDS: Mia Hymas, 14, Ella McNamara, 11, Maddison Hymas, 12, and Zoe McNamara, 13, who all catch the bus from school, must cross the 80km/h Cleveland-Redland Bay Road near the Anita Street intersection to get home. The bus stop is pictured in the background. Photo: Hannah Baker
SCHOOL KIDS: Mia Hymas, 14, Ella McNamara, 11, Maddison Hymas, 12, and Zoe McNamara, 13, who all catch the bus from school, must cross the 80km/h Cleveland-Redland Bay Road near the Anita Street intersection to get home. The bus stop is pictured in the background. Photo: Hannah Baker

PLANS for a pedestrian refuge along Cleveland-Redland Bay Road should be sent back to the drawing board if concerned residents have their way.

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