are faulty traffic lights training pedestrains not to use them because it is training us they are usless

Reported in the Traffic lights category by 2nd tonight at 21:31, Sun 10 March 2019

Sent to Auckland Transport 11 min later.

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Get a grip on this, lots of traffic along tamaki drive, not much or none traffic on solent street, I push the pedestrian to get the "cross now" now the broken system has taught me not to have any faith in the system so I walk, now and again I look back and still see the "red" light telling pedestrians to "wait longer" how I think lots of traffic on the tamaki drive, no traffic on solent street why not slip in a "pedestrian green cross now" and none of the motorized traffic would be any the wiser for loosing time at the traffic lights, it seems to be the only way to get to a cross now on solent street is to have traffic wanting to make a right turn from solent street onto tamaki drive, this is crazy, 50 years ago it might need a hardware rewire, but these days changes could be made faster & cheaper with software change, in fact I walked from solent street to "the strand & tamaki drive & quay street" the the red wait pedestrian was still showing. it seems all the governments today all they want to do to is tax -- spend, tax -- spend, tax -- spend, tax -- spend, tax -- spend, nobody wants to fix anything

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