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Cutting edge


Prompted by your 'Stop the Transport Cuts' article (NCE 29 April), I must seriously question how we can contemplate spending an additional £140M to put the A303 in a tunnel.

Widen it to a dual carriageway, add a roundabout to serve the connection road to the A360 (if this needs to be maintained) or even shift it half a mile to the south.

If deemed necessary, hide the A303 from the view of the visitors to Stonehenge with a mound or some trees although this would mean that 22,000 drivers a day will be deprived of a sight of Stonehenge as they drive past.

John Baron (M), 5 Rosebriars, Salmons Lane, West, Caterham, Surrey, CR3 5ER

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