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Bridge radio talkback postponed

A ROADS and Maritime Services (RMS) talk back session on the options for a second Grafton Bridge due to be held today has been postponed.

The session to be aired on radio 2GF will host discusion of the six options for the additional crossing.

The session was originally planned for tomorrow, but has been postponed until Wednesday, October 10 at 9am.

Panel members include RMS project director Bob Higgins, project manager Chris Clark and representatives of community organisations.

The community is invited to ring the station on Wednesday, October 10 with questions for the panel.

For more information call 1800 633 332 or visit www.rms.nsw.gov.au/grafton bridge
 

Topics:  roads and maritime service




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