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Railway station mayhem

On 19 Oct 2016 at 7:39pm Lewesian wrote:
Last night, Tuesday at around 6.30 was probably the worst ive ever seen the railway station. Not only were they laying on coaches for train users but they had football specials too for Brighton's home game.
It was chaos, total chaos. Lot's of little men walking around with day-glo jackets and clipboards not knowing what the hell to do.
Im sure the police have better things to do but there should've been some presence down there.
On 19 Oct 2016 at 7:51pm Gardener wrote:
Must admit I get a tad annoyed by vans and cars parked on the double yellows opposite the station.
On 20 Oct 2016 at 7:48am Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
Smacks of poor planning to me. They could have had the football buses in Southover Road or Dorset Road and the rail buses just doing their normal thing.

Normally, strike days are a less chaotic than days than when the trains are running ime. Hardly any taxis out the front and no problem with people stopping to drop off or pick up travellers.
On 20 Oct 2016 at 11:24pm Pick up wrote:
Although the new parking bays are a pain. Much better layout before the front area of the station was 'improved'. Always congestion now even without replacement buses
On 22 Oct 2016 at 12:23am Local wrote:
Further proof that all road "improvements" are actually precisely the opposite, designed to try and frustrate drivers off the roads in the hopeless cause of greenness. What actually happens is that drivers get ever-more irritated and bad-tempered, and drive accordingly. Which can't really be called improvement, can it?

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