HOVE TO OPPOSE BRIGHTON BILL
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A FTER a sitting lasting only two
minutes, Hove Town Council decided unanimously, last week, to oppose the Brighton Transport Bill, which will provide for the replacement of Brighton's trams by trolleybuses owned jointly by Brighton Corporation and the Brighton and Hove Omnibus Co., Ltd.
The agenda states that the opposition has been put up in order to protect the interests of residents in Hove The agreement is expected eventually to affect transport in that borough.
MANY CHANGES COMING.
lkfi ANY changes were likely to take IV1 place within the next six months, said Councillor J. Canon Bardsley, in moving the adoption of the accounts of Warrington's transport undertaking A profit of £8,365 for the half-year ended September last was shown. The proposed co-ordination of services with those of other bus companies would, Councillor Bardsley hoped, help to solve some of the local traffic problems