QTM completes black spot funding projects
QTM Electrical (QTM), has recently completed two projects for the City of Gosnells, as part of State and Federal funded Black Spot Projects.
The two projects include the upgrade of the traffic signals at Spencer Road and Yale Road in Thornlie and the installation of traffic signals at Spencer Road and Langford Avenue in Langford.
Operations Manager Matt Bendall said that it was a priority for QTM to complete these two projects for the City on time and on budget.
“It’s important for QTM to meet our clients’ timeframes and with the Spencer/Langford installation, this was also very important for the local residents,” he said.
“It was a unique experience for our team to have the local residents sitting in deck chairs at the front of their properties for the traffic signals to be turned on.”
“One resident in particular made a request to the City of Gosnells to be on site when the signals were officially turned on, and we were more than happy to meet this request,” said Bendall.
“It was obviously a project they were keen to have completed for a very long time.”
City of Gosnells Chief Executive Officer, Ian Cowie said that the improvements to both intersections would have benefits for all types of road users.
“The improvements, which were completed on time and within budget, will provide significant safety benefits for the thousands of motorists, cyclists and pedestrians that use these two busy intersections on a daily basis,” he said.
“The new traffic signals at Langford Avenue will provide a much-needed safe access point for Langford residents.”
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