LETTER: Teville Gate

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Instead of waiting interminably for something to be done with Teville Gate, surely the obvious answer is to have the bus garage on the site.

Many towns and cities have their bus garage adjacent to the railway station.

Buses could have dedicated stands and there could be an enquiry office and waiting room with toilets.

By the time the developers eventually decide what they are going to do with Teville Gate, a bus garage could be up and running.

This could be a better solution than having buses trying to negotiate their way in and out of Dominion Way every day, an area which is already busy with lorries and general traffic.

Dominion Road and Ham Road are already a bit of a nightmare without fleets of buses having to use them.

Rosemary Dinning

Russell Close

Worthing

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