I've seen elderly people having to struggle to get their bus, by having to walk up to about two or three bus stops further down the road, and often having to walk out into busy roads to board their buses.
Surely there must be a better way of both getting the job done and ensuring the disabled and the elderly can get their transport.
Bill Beckett Via email
WOW! What a stunning picture of the new Hydro Arena (September 26).
It looks set to make a fantastic addition not only to Glasgow's list of great entertainment venues but to the city's skyline.
A lot of expectation is running on its success. I hope it is met.
B. Robertson Coatbridge
Flagging it up
David Cameron does not want Scots to vote for independence. For a start, he wants to keep control of Scottish resources,taxes and talent.
What he fears most however is the embarrassment of changing the name and flag of the UK in the EU, the UN and other international organisations.
He could possibly call his new state Wales, England And Northern Ireland - WEANS for short.
But what about the new flag? Once the Saltire is taken away from the Union Jack, all that would be left would be the crosses of St George and St Patrick.
Felix McCabe Cardonald
IT'S good to read (September 25) that police are cracking down on trouble in Glasgow's two main stations. But what happens when you step outside?
The area around Central Station is filled with beggars, druggies and drunks, and not just on Saturday nights.
If New York can clean up Times Square, how come we can't get rid of these pests?
Danny Collins Via email