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16 April 2003

Stevenson Solves Bus Turning Circle Problems At St Combs

SNP Scottish Parliament candidate for Banff & Buchan Stewart Stevenson has welcomed a response from Aberdeenshire Council stating that the council is to agree to his suggestion to re-align the grassed area at the St Combs bus turning circle.

Mr Stevenson raised the matter with the council on behalf of Elaine Ward, SNP canidate for Lonmay-St Fergus after she received representations on the issue from residents. Difficulties were arising when buses were unable to manoevre out of the turning circle due to parked cars and had to mount the pavement.

Welcoming the news, Mr Stevenson said:

“I am pleased to learn that the council have responded positively to the concerns passed to Elaine Ward by local residents.

“My solution will ensure that the buses using the turning circle will not be forced into driving over the kerb, as sometimes happens at present. More importantly, this solution will enable local residents to retain their on-street parking.”


SNP council candidate Elaine Ward added:

“I am very pleased that action will be taken in this regard. Since the recent by-election last year, I have been out talking with people and the problem of the bus turning circle has came up on quite a few occasions. It’s great news to hear that the council will be taking on board Stewart Stevenson’s proposal as a solution to the problem.”

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