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Bus service changes needed

PUBLISHED: 13:27 14 July 2008 | UPDATED: 20:52 05 July 2010

CERTAIN areas of Lowestoft are not covered by bus services which would make life so much easier.

A service between Tesco at Pleasurewood and Millennium Way joining Fir Lane and down past B&Q Peto Way to the Station would be very helpful, or diverted down Rotterdam Road, which is also near B&Q.

CERTAIN areas of Lowestoft are not covered by bus services which would make life so much easier.

A service between Tesco at Pleasurewood and Millennium Way joining Fir Lane and down past B&Q Peto Way to the Station would be very helpful, or diverted down Rotterdam Road, which is also near B&Q.

I lost the bus service which took me to my son's house on Oulton Road soon after moving to Fir Lane, which caused me to have to buy a mobility scooter.

I am so pleased with the 102 service which enables me to visit the beach and friends in Carlton Colville. I do hope it continues - evenings as well.

Again it is a shame that Oulton Broad is almost cut off from an evening bus service as so much goes on there in the evenings and Sundays.

I have had to change my surgery because I couldn't stand waiting on Peto Way in bad weather and no bus shelter or seat.

GILLIAM GUBB

Fir Lane

Lowestoft


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