The road ahead is a costly one
I see that plans are afoot to waste £100m on flyovers and underpasses for the Westlink in Belfast (News, June 1).
Northern Ireland is far too dependent on private cars for transport.
Why not build a high-speed overhead light railway like Berlin?
Trying to get to airports other than by car in Northern Ireland is difficult. Why not open the link to Aldergrove?
I can't see this new plan as cost-effective. Build more roads and they just fill up with cars.
A light railway option would also contribute to cutting oil imports and reduce Northern Ireland's huge carbon footprint.
With this plan, poor England will be footing the bill once again.