Public buses are the way to go

11th June 2004 at 01:00
Many so-called educational problems can be resolved by common sense. I refer to the bus transport of pupils to and from school.

The solution is that pupils travel on their normal service buses, or walk.

This reduces the need for school busescoaches and also the need for the use of parents' cars. Traffic flow is accordingly reduced.

The vast amount of money saved can be spent on repairing or rebuilding schoolscolleges.

R Wolstencroft 21 Anstee Court Leckwith Road Cardiff

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