Cambridge-St Ives guided bus is a 'white elephant'
I WHOLEHEARTEDLTY agree with the Reverend Philip Foster (Letters, August 5) that the guided busway will be a very expensive white elephant. The money would have been better spent on upgrading the A14 to a three lane highway which would have improved bus
I WHOLEHEARTEDLTY agree with the Reverend Philip Foster (Letters, August 5) that the guided busway will be a very expensive white elephant.
The money would have been better spent on upgrading the A14 to a three lane highway which would have improved bus times. A park and ride could still have been constructed at St Ives.
As rate payers we will be paying for the council's expensive bus follies for decades.
Has anyone seen a bus on the new Huntingdon bus lane which only serves buses coming in from the north?
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Editor's note: The majority of the money for the guided bus project (�92.5m) was provided by Government and the remainder by developers who are building in the area.