Sound case for a rail link to St Andrews
Thursday, 12 June 2008
Mr Marshall pointed out that saying St Andrews was well enough served because of Leuchars could equally well have been said about Alloa with respect to Stirling. The Alloa trains could be extended to Culross and Dunfermline and hence to St Andrews and there could also be through services between St Andrews and Edinburgh. He also remarked that even the relatively well-off, including the many tourists who visit St Andrews, were entitled to access sustainable transport and were more likely to change their behaviour if offered an alternative to the car.