Helping Keep The Ferndown Community Local
Tue May 21, 2019
- Weymouth junction criticised after boy's death - A coroner calls for "urgent action" on the busy road where a teenage cyclist was killed in a crash.
- Nan Winton: First woman to read BBC TV news dies - Nan Winton became the first female TV newsreader at the BBC on 20 June 1960.
- Chambers too small for new council's meetings - The first meeting of a newly formed council will be held at a university lecture theatre.
- Don't Tell the Bride blamed for plastic confetti beach waste - Plastic confetti and table ornaments were said to have been left on the beach and washed into the sea
The Local Transport Infrastructure
Posted by Administrator : Friday 1st March 2013
HOW DOES OUR LOCAL TRANSPORT COMPARE? For years people in the Ferndown community have made their feelings known when it comes to public transport. Our frustrations usually stem from delays, cancellations and sometimes two (buses) turning at once. However the local council, local companies and the government still haven’t come up with a solution. There are alternatives out there such as cars, car pooling, taxis and cycling. However this does not suit all.
What are your views on our local transport system? Good or Bad? Let us know your ideas and problems.