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Sweet & sour.

SINCE his arrival at Cardiff Bus, Mr Alan Kreppel has upset and inconvenienced many people with the reliability of bus services in the city.

One of the most unpopular proposals must be the one to withdraw services to St Fagans.

How Cardiff Bus can consider cutting the service to a tourist attraction like the Museum of Welsh Life is incomprehensible.

It is hard to imagine a bus company in any other major city contemplating such a move.

I would find it hard to believe this service makes a loss as it is well used and the buses are usually full.

G Morrison, Lon-y-Dail, Rhiwbina, Cardiff

"SUPPORT for blitz on motorists" (Echo) - after reading this article, I must congratulate South Wales Police on its crackdown.

I campaign continually for a change in the law preventing mobile phones being used while driving. Ideally, cars should be fitted with something that stops the signal while the engine is switched on except, of course, a 999 signal.

My reason for this is very simple - my 11-year-old daughter was killed in an incident involving a driver who was using his mobile phone while at the wheel.

Lynda Hudd Pucklechurch, Bristol

ALAN Ash believes that people should be fined for having phones with ring tones that do not equate to his own standards (Echo, March 2).

This is stretching the limits of insularism a little too far.

Although I abhor suede shoes I do not advocate the arrest of people wearing them.

Get real Alan.

We don't live in a Maoist state and freedom of personal expression is something you should work on getting used to.

Bill Julian Trenchard Drive, Llanishen, Cardiff

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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Mar 5, 2002
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