Inclusion of Advisory Speed Signs on McKell Avenue, Waterfall To Whom It May Concern: I am a regular user of Lady Wakehurst Drive and McKell Avenue. I am writing to request that two advisory corner speed signs be placed on Mckell Avenue near Lady Wakehurst drive. The corners in question are on immediately before and after a 25 km/h hairpin approximately half a kilometre from Lady Wakehurst Drive. Given that there are no advisory speeds for these corners and all other notable corners on the road are marked, an illusion of a safe slow corner is created. However the actual corners are deceptively tight and decrease in radius progressively through the corner, and similar corners elsewhere on the same road and in the area are marked at 35 km/h. I have seen multiple road users; drivers and motorbike riders alike either cross into the oncoming lane or run off the road, depending on the direction of travel. Considering that this road is frequently travelled by motorcycles and cars respectively, a motorcycle crossing into the oncoming lane towards an approaching car, or a car crossing into the opposite lane towards an oncoming motorcycle, or a motorcycle or car running off the road into trees all create a very real and lethal hazard to riders and drivers alike. I hope that you act on this letter when you receive it as I feel that the safety of road users is currently being compromised, and that the issue at hand directly relates to the council’s One Life One Chance road safety campaign, particularly in light of the Motorcycle Safety Expo run just last month. Thank you for your consideration and time. Yours truly, Lilley Address: ## xxxx Rd, xxxx, NSW, 2### PS. Here are links of the corners in question in google maps: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sou...d=zYbDnKTKnNF4Q56nCO_HPQ&cbp=11,98.7,,0,13.33 and http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sou...=l3GXbE7o7AZzp-_BLgBYNw&cbp=11,49.84,,0,16.46 If you think that the lives of riders are of greater value than the cost of four signs, please email this or similar to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and postal address (that is how they reply).