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Dualling the A46 around Newark 'not the answer to easing congestion' ­— concerned retired maths teacher




Dualling the A46 around Newark is not the answer to easing congestion on the road and in the town, according to a man who uses it regularly.

John Gillespie, of Upton, a retired maths teacher who enjoys problem-solving, has come up with a detailed proposal for the cattle market roundabout, and believes a similar principle could be applied at the other A46 roundabouts.

It comes after the announcement made by Newark MP Robert Jenrick in September, in support of the dualling of the A46 around Newark, at a cost of £450m.



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