Creating problems

The bus stop issue (Tuesday) is an ongoing problem across the city, causing roadworks and traffic chaos on big stretches of road, e.g.

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Cowcaddens Road at the bus station down to one lane for five days to raise the pavement at stop.

And, in the East End, in South Hallhill Road, they moved a bus stop from a space with a bus bay, 15m back onto a traffic lane, which now blocks the whole junction.

It worked well for generations, and now it is chaotic at busy times. I am glad someone is now highlighting the way the council is wasting our money and creating, rather than solving problems.

MS Via e-mail

SNP action

Regarding Glasgow City Council leader Gordon Matheson saying "our role as the powerhouse of the Scottish economy is ignored by the SNP government" (Tuesday). I disagree.

Labour has been in power in the city for more than 50 years.

The East End has sat derelict for more than 40 years until we get a two-week Commonwealth Games sweetener.

Why in all those 50 years in power has the council not overseen expansion of our Subway or some form of LRT for the city.

E Reynolds

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Broomielaw lift

Travelling along the Broomielaw is beginning to be a real pleasure.

It is starting to resemble a European-style avenue with the tree-lined street. Cyclists and joggers are able to use the route safely. It is a great asset and hope that other areas in the city may get similar treatment.

L McGarrity

Via e-mail

Barlow OBE

PM: Gary Barlow doesn't need to give back OBE, despite tax claims double standards here from Cameron.

He was quick to criticise Jimmy Carr for a tax avoidance scheme but when it comes to his 'pal' Barlow, it's not an issue.

Ross McLeod

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Gallery picture

YOUR picture of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum was a great picture of a great gallery in a great city.

Angus Westmorland

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