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Changes to busy Sydney road has locals up in arms

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Alan Jones has been inundated with emails and complaints from listeners over road changes along Military Road on Sydney’s north shore.

The tidal flow system is to accommodate the B-Line, an express bus service from Mona Vale to the city.

One section of the road falls into Premier Gladys Berekjilian’s electorate and Alan has reached out to her about the issue, but says nothing has been done.

Marshall Phillips has been writing to Alan and says it’s not going to improve bus services to the city in the mornings.

“Nobody is complaining about the government buying 38 buses… that cost about $23 million.

“The net result is that it doesn’t make the slightest difference.”

Mr Phillips says Cremorne is “not a pinch point”.

“If you want a pinch point, that’s the Spit Bridge.”

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