Money for railway cannot be justified, claims St Andrean
Friday, 13 June 2008
Ken Reid cites the state of the roads in the housing schemes and in particular an overgrown bus-shelter and a damaged pavement as precluding the construction of a railway which would cost an 'obscene' amount of money. He does not, however, appear to equate the state of the roads with heavy car usage due to the town's only being accessible by road.He also appears to be a taxi aficionado, claiming that because the buses 'rarely' meet the trains at Leuchars people opt for a taxi to 'guarantee' their prompt arrival in St Andrews. So now we have taxi infallibility, apparently!