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Melbourne’s most infuriating ‘Redspot’ congestion points ranked

The 10 points in Melbourne’s roads network most likely to have motorists seeing red have been ranked this week, with the release of the latest RACV Redspot survey. No surprise for locals, Melbourne’s north-east hosts a massive six of the top ten ‘Redspots,’ located in the corridor from Clifton Hill to Greensborough and Templestowe. Topping the list is the […]
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