Army Staff Sgt. Gary A. Army Staff Sgt. James Freeman, managing director of First West of England, has written an open letter to the Chronicle revealing why he thinks the idea is a goer.Curo is hosting an exhibition on the firm’s plans for a cable car linking the south of Bath to the city centre at The Locksbrook Inn in Newbridge tonight (June 14).Residents will get an opportunity to view the proposals, ask questions and submit their feedback from 6pm 8pm as part of the South Bath Transport Options consultation.Here is why Mr Freeman is backing the cable car plan:(Image: Jon Kent)’Congestion slows buses’ Beautiful Bath is unquestionably one of the most beautiful cities in Europe famous for its architecture, its shopping, its Roman spa, and proud bearer of its UNESCO World Heritage Site status.But as we all know, Bath is also infamous, notorious even, for its traffic; UNESCO lists the need for improved transport as one of Bath’s main pressures, alongside large scale development. I think in Bath we are getting to a point where people need to have a conversation with each other about congestion.Curo will host exhibition for controversial cable car plans at The Locksbrook Inn TONIGHTAs a Bathonian, managing director of the principal bus operator in Bath as well as the wider West of England region, as well as a regular bus passenger of Bath buses I feel the pain of Bath’s traffic problems every day on many levels.I have been running buses across the country my entire adult life. When I started, congestion wasn’t the problem that dominated business meetings.
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