Council should be in bus partnership
WE in Bristol would like someone who could be ahead of the game where transport is concerned.
Bristol is losing its suitability for business to remain and operate due to the unsuitability of the spending of taxpayers' money on projects that do not work for the vast majority.
Traffic and transport go hand in hand in this city and county because what has happened is the limiting of resources for those people who cannot, will not and do not want to travel by bus when getting to and from work or shop in the South West.
But Cllr Kent's administration has imposed bus lanes that don't work or are not wanted. Installed traffic lights that hinder free movement of traffic and create tailbacks that affect the quality of life of people living near or on a bus lane route.
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FirstGroup balking at the idea of the council having a say on the timetables of buses etc., I advocated a long time ago that the council should go back to the Bristol Joint Services arrangement where the council is in partnership with the bus company.
Cllr Kent appears to be suggesting something along those lines. Reinventing the wheel comes to mind. That's if the Government does not pull the plug on funding.
The council appears to be pro cyclist, buses and anti motorist and pedestrians. That is the perception I have and so do so many people I know and meet daily around Bristol.