Campaign for Better Transport dismisses A27 bypass proposals

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TRANSPORT critics are refusing to back options put forward to upgrade the A27 bypass around Chichester.

A consultation ended yesterday over the Highways England works, which could cost up to £250m.

Chris Todd, roads campaigner for Campaign for Better Transport, said: ‘They are potentially suggesting spending hundreds of millions of pounds just to shave a few minutes off people’s journeys and in the process causing a huge amount of damage.’

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