at 19:53 on 17/03/12
Cork street has had buses for years,simple solution knock down the old toilet block this would create 2 extra bus spaces.this HAS to be the answer.
at 12:21 on 25/11/12
Good idea Malcolm, but Cork Street might be too narrow for the buses - however if the Bailey Bridge crossing had been kept, Cork Street could have been made one-way for cars & two-way for buses. Or even just for buses & deliveries. But of course the wrong decision was made.
By Fred Bear
at 09:19 on 09/09/12
There are always going to be problems when there is only one main route for north and southbound traffic through the centre of town. I would completely remove the bus stop from in front of the old post office and make all northbound buses run via Cork Street with a turning loop for them near the coach park, the existing bus stop could be moved to Waterloo.
at 21:56 on 08/09/12
Check out a bit more analysis of the problem here (and all the bus details too) http://tinyurl.com/bvmbtb6
at 19:39 on 04/09/12
5 buses,,,I take it all back! I just think we choose to live in a lovely small town with (as everywhere) an unsustainable growing population and there's a tendency to come over all middle England when something is the teeniest bit inconvenient. Sometimes there are loads of people trying to do the same thing. Maybe it could be better but on the scale of what's happening in the world it's not something I can agitated about.
at 19:05 on 26/03/12
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