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Bypass is the answer to third crossing

PUBLISHED: 15:30 21 January 2008 | UPDATED: 19:29 05 July 2010

I CANNOT believe they want to disrupt traffic into the town again by building yet another road (Journal, January 4).

Surely the answer is to build a bypass round the town, say from the A12 at Kessingland or Pakefield, and go out past Carlton Colville, Oulton Broad and Oulton and meet up with the A12 again round Corton.

I CANNOT believe they want to disrupt traffic into the town again by building yet another road (Journal, January 4).

Surely the answer is to build a bypass round the town, say from the A12 at Kessingland or Pakefield, and go out past Carlton Colville, Oulton Broad and Oulton and meet up with the A12 again round Corton.

Tunnels could be built under the railway lines and river and then only the traffic that needs to come into Lowestoft would, while the rest use the bypass. This would also mean very little disruption in the town while the road is being built and also maybe then we would not need a third crossing.

LINDA ISBELL

Plumtrees

Oulton Broad


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