Taxi Association says 'no room for car-parking'

Jane Batchelor insisted that there would be no room for car-parking at a St Andrews station because the building would occupy the whole site. Strange how taxi-drivers are experts in designing railway stations, especially when the precise site has not even been identified! The standard of Ms Batchelor's arguments can be measured by her assertion that Jane Ann Liston's view is 'blinkered by the fact that a rail link would suit her travelling needs'. Is the chair of the taxi association really suggesting that the campaign would be more credible if its supporters had no intention of ever using a St Andrews railway?