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Sunday, 13 February 2011

Two hats better than one?

The much loved Routemaster bus, icon of London has seen its route extended from the Royal Albert Hall, out to High St Ken and Holland Park.

Great stuff. Tourists and residents alike feel a warm glow when these buses that symbolise London travel past.

The council claim to have "successfully lobbied TfL" in getting this service extended, haven't provided any funding in doing so apart from providing a new bus stand on Kensington High Street.


Now that got Hornet kind of wondering....

Lobbied TfL?

Our very own Great Architect and cheesecake eater extraordinaire is Deputy Chairman of TfL, so how difficult could it be?

Its such a shame that it wasnt so easy to properly consider the locations of all the Boris Bikes, the removal of traffic lights, or the siting of CrossRail station up near Ladbroke Grove.

2 comments:

  1. is there a story here - Nope

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  2. "Its such a shame that it wasnt so easy to properly consider the locations of all the Boris Bikes, the removal of traffic lights, or the siting of CrossRail station up near Ladbroke Grove."

    02:04 you need to concentrate what little cerebral capacity you have and focus on what the Dame is telling you.
    The story is blatantly obvious-unless you are as dumb as you seem to be.
    Somehow I sense a measure of desperation on the part of the Cockell sycophants as viewings rise to over 1000 a week..just a few more loyal readers than the Royal Borer.U}You should really start to shake once the Dame gets to 70,000

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