Case for St Andrews railway made in Dundee
Tuesday, 20 November 2012
During the discussion there was some scepticism over the number of Dundee commuters who lived in St Andrews. However, it was pointed out that there was a two-way traffic, and that a million people visited St Andrews every year, making it the most visited town of its size in Britain, as well as one of VisitScotland’s prime destinations, one of the few economic generators within Fife and also very important in a Scottish context. One commuter noted that his journey across the Tay took the same length of time as it had 40 years before, despite his now having a much more powerful car, due to the increased traffic congestion.