An island was installed there to stop this problem.
But that has not stopped determined motorists; it took 10 minutes for the Mandurah Coastal Times to catch a driver choking the intersection.
Acting head of Peel Traffic Senior Sergeant Peter Janczyk said motorists who choke intersections could face $100 on the spot fines.
�If the motoring community comply with good road-craft practices, this situation should not arise,� he said.
�Sometimes because of impatience or the road design not being able to cope with an increase in traffic numbers, we see this occur.
�Impatience itself may lead to serious traffic crashes.�
Main Roads said subject to funding, traffic signals may be installed at the intersection in 2015 or 2016.
Over a 10-year period from 2003/04 to 2013/14, 89 crashes occurred at this intersection, including a fatality in May 2004.