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Kelly Burke and Keely McDonough, The Daily Telegraph
HARD-HIT motorists using the M2 have a new source of frustration to add to the grind of their daily commutes.
Wacky installations — which look like something from Teletubbies land — have been erected and given the name ‘Kinetica’.
A multi-coloured whirligig dominates the public art display which graces the northern side of Herring Rd at Macquarie Park and has provoked strong criticism.
Facebook groups have been set up to complain, the Opposition is furious and 2GB veteran Ray Hadley is suitably outraged.
And Opposition spokeswoman for Roads, Jodi McKay, said all the rubbernecking this artwork would create would slow traffic even further — and compromise road safety.
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