3:00pm Monday 17th December 2012
No matter which political group is in charge of Brighton and Hove City Council, it will not be able to solve traffic and serious pollution problems until car parking becomes unaffordable to the majority of visitors (Letters, December 8).
As yet, not enough is happening to force change, but as the economy declines further changes will happen.
Danger to health traffic pollution could be eliminated if all road transport, especially buses, used something similar to some of London’s hydrogen-powered buses, which exhaust water, dramatically reducing pollution.
Additionally, the train should take the strain with a continuous all-electric coastway rail service for passengers and freight.
Lastly, add cable cars or extend Volk’s Railway from the marina to Hove Lagoon or Shoreham Harbour. Thus, London-on-Sea could become as enterprising as the Big Smoke.
John Stanaway, Lorna Road, Hove
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