Doubts raised as Dubbo's River Street Bridge gets green light despite poor cost benefit ratio

Ciara Bastow
Updated January 6 2023 - 9:40am, first published 5:00am
 John Morris and Mick Etheridge aren't impressed with River Street bridge going ahead despite a poor benefit cost ratio. Picture by Ciara Bastow
John Morris and Mick Etheridge aren't impressed with River Street bridge going ahead despite a poor benefit cost ratio. Picture by Ciara Bastow

The new Dubbo bridge's $220 million price tag and a poor cost-benefit assessment has residents asking why the project is going ahead.

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Ciara Bastow

Ciara Bastow

Senior Journalist

Hi! I'm Ciara and I've been working as a journalist for a number of years now, covering everything ranging from council, human interest stories, community news and sport. Got a story? Email me at ciara.bastow@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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