In another thread someone was mentioning Flemington Rd between the Tulla and the City. Did you know that doing 83km/hr (it's a 60 zone) results in straight greens all the way to the city! I did this for years from 98 to 02 - and tried it last night - still works! A similar trick works on many other major roads - I think they call this "traffic management" as is designed to slow down cars (by traffic light sequencing) should you drive over 60km/hr. I case of Flemington Rd, it's to encourage you to use the tollroad..... However I found out long ago that this also means, at 76 to 84km/hr, you can get all green depending on the road. Barkers Rd Hawthorn is another one - as is Mont Albert Rd (watch out for the new speed/red cameras). Nepean Hwy - yet another. It's not luck - same speed at around the same time of day (usually outside of peak hour) and you get green, green green! Travel at the speed limit however at it's red, green, green, red, red etc. There is also the trick of using high-beam when approaching a red at night to trigger it to green - anyone tested that one out - many people say there are light sensors in the pole tops but they look pretty opaque to me?