Not a Hole lot of logic
COULD County Councillor Doug Drake explain the logic behind the decision taken by Herts County Council to put a subway railway crossing at Coombes Hole? I believe, in the past, he has always advocated that a subway crossing should be situated at the junct
COULD County Councillor Doug Drake explain the logic behind the decision taken by Herts County Council to put a subway railway crossing at Coombes Hole?
I believe, in the past, he has always advocated that a subway crossing should be situated at the junction of Green Street and Morton Street.
It seems that common sense doesn't come into making such a decision.
The county council committee, British Transport Police and the local police state the main illegal crossing of the railway is at a point around the Morton Street-Green Street area.
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Are the people that trespass at this point going to walk to Coombes Hole - where there is not a problem - and cross.
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If they are prepared to risk their lives illegally crossing at that point, which is where the subway should be, the issues raised about it not being a straight walk to town are an absolute nonsense.