To cause such havoc

RE – MALTLANDS experimental lane closure: I cannot believe there are people paid to cause such havoc! A feeble excuse is made that it s to do with the new B&Q shops but it has caused massive tailbacks, especially at peak times. Councils are getting mas

RE - MALTLANDS experimental lane closure: I cannot believe there are people paid to cause such havoc!

A feeble excuse is made that it's to do with the new B&Q shops but it has caused massive tailbacks, especially at peak times.

Councils are getting massive Government finance to scheme green/carbon reduction schemes, but North Somerset seems intent on (and thus increase pollution) making journeys longer at every trial 'scheme' it can find.

Enough is enough - one month is too long we already know! Motorists don't look for the longest journey or sit in traffic on purpose, they will always look for the best flow!


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We don't need graduate 'experts'. North Somerset's portfolio of errors points to that.

If they were elected as councillors they would not get re-elected - and what has my councillor to say?

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Councillor Ap Rees always seems to be in favour and telling us to be patient, it's good for us!

Well it isn't and I won't be voting for him or his party.

The traffic is backing up to our house now. If it's a trial, then make it out of peak hours when no-one is going shopping to B&Q and sit and monitor it.

Why not ask first, the democratic way.

M JEFFREY

Locking Road , Weston

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