I HAVE heard loads of reasons why we should have a bypass and reasons why we should not have one.

But I have never heard anybody saying that we need a bypass because if Greyfriars Bridge fails, where does all the traffic go?

Most of the bridges over the M50 have been repaired because they were failing.


Greyfriars Bridge is 57 years old. The bridge is made of concrete and steel.

What happens if National Highways finds a crack in the bridge? Where does the traffic go?



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