Bayside's campaign to scrap the M5 East toll

By Jim Gainsford
Updated February 16 2021 - 12:50pm, first published 12:35pm
Out of hand: Bayside Councillor Bill Saravinovski said an additional 7,500 cars and trucks a day are using Forest Road since the introduction of the new M5 East toll. Picture: John Veage
Out of hand: Bayside Councillor Bill Saravinovski said an additional 7,500 cars and trucks a day are using Forest Road since the introduction of the new M5 East toll. Picture: John Veage

Bayside Council will launch a campaign to get the NSW Government to overturn the new toll on the M5 East that is forcing an estimated additional 7,500 extra vehicles a day onto local roads.

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