Rosetta Street, West Croydon. The underpass.
I'm sure I'm not the only one whose witnessed sedans clip the side wall and lose a mirror...
There's a trend towards big SUV's on the one end, and small hatches on the other.
The underpass needs a bit of widening. It's extremely narrow, and even though it's 40km/h through it, it's unsafe, particularly at night time when there's an SUV or 4WD coming at it/down it/back up...they are not only wider and therefore a very tight and hard squeeze through the underpass, the fact they are higher off the ground means their headlights are hitting you right in the face, blinding you.
Tight narrow passage way, can't see where you're going...great success
May have been adequate in decades gone by, but it needs an upgrade. It's only a small underpass so it shouldn't impact train services for too long.
It will also be interesting to see how traffic flows change once T2T is finished. Peak hour through Rosetta Street is a nightmare and I've seen it almost bumper to bumper through all those round-about's from Torrens Road to Port Road.