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Public given say on bypass routes

Members of the public are to be given the chance to have their say on the route of a new bypass in Lincolnshire.

The three proposed routes for the new Lincoln Eastern Bypass would all run from the existing A46 bypass at the Wragby Road roundabout to the A15 Sleaford Road south of Bracebridge Heath.

Between 19 February and 24 February there will be a series of exhibitions outlining the proposed routes. The events are being organised by Lincolnshire County Council.

Councillor William Webb said: "Pubic views are important and opinions will be carefully collated and seriously considered."