Gay Street ban
Re councillor Roger Symonds' article "Clampdown on central rat run" in the Bath Chronicle dated February 7.
I would like to know whether Councillor Roger Symonds ever uses this route because as a regular user myself, I can tell him that the traffic descending from the Circus often has to queue at the junction with George Street because of the difficulty of trying to break into the flow of traffic on the main road.
I have never seen a traffic queue travelling up towards the Circus from George Street. His proposal will cause an increase in queuing traffic in George Street adding to the pollution in that area.
How on earth then does he think his proposal will reduce pollution? All that he will achieve is a reduction in traffic around the Circus. Is this his real reason for the proposal to stop the northbound traffic?
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Also with regards to tourist coaches and the ban on Bennett Street how on earth do you take visitors to see the Royal Crescent an iconic Bath vista?
They would then have to travel along Julian Road often quite busy and not easy for a coach to swing into from Lansdown Road? Or is his intention to also deter coaches from visiting Royal Crescent?
David Conroy Fairfield Park, Bath