So­cial feed

Southern Telegraph - - Telegraph Opinion -

The Tele­graph last week cov­ered the news that the South West Group is push­ing for light rail in­fra­struc­ture to be es­tab­lished in Rock­ing­ham, which would link the train sta­tion to the city cen­tre and fore­shore.

Face­book fol­low­ers have since taken to so­cial me­dia to ex­press their views on the po­ten­tial project, with a split in opin­ion.

I think the bus is fine, although (it com­ing) more fre­quently would be help­ful. Maybe use smaller buses like the CAT bus in Perth rather than the big bus. I can't see the point of adding train tracks and trams to the fore­shore. Kym An­drews

In plain terms what would be the ad­van­tage of light rail as op­posed to the Clip­per Bus? An­nette Ruby

There is al­ready a bus. It is never full. Nicky Bell

Fan­tas­tic idea, look at Glenelg in South Aus­tralia. Justin Chard

Look­ing for­ward to the trams. Se­bas­tian Tu­dor

Bril­liant John Tay­lor

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