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Windsor Bridge fight continues to divide the community

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A fight over the new Windsor Bridge is continuing to divide the community in Sydney’s north-west.

Plans to demolish and rebuild the bridge have been protested around the clock by a small group in the area.

Those protests have gotten out of hand several times, with Federal politicians Lee Rhiannon and Susan Templeman one of many to be moved on by police.

Now Ms Templeman is taking a more reasoned approach, asking Alan Jones to advocate for a bypass.

“There is unanimity that there needs to be some extra traffic, but this new bridge is going to give one extra lane.

“So from the start it’s a really bad traffic solution, and it’s going to destroy unique colonial heritage.”

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