Click to get your own widget

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Cost Of Public Projects - Scotsman Letter

  This short letter in today, unedited. Continuing the questioning about the Aberdeen bypass and the general apparent inability to do infrastructure without out about 7 times more than the engineering cost going missing. As with defending the warming scam the silence from our legislators is deafening:

John Eoin Douglas (Letters,
 9 November) suggests that we “twin” with Amsterdam because it also has problems with its tram system. It might be even better to liaise with countries that have built a tram system successfully. When Melbourne can build 3km of tramline for £13.5 million, we may have something to learn.

Further, China can build a mile of road for £840,000, despite alleged corruption there, but Scotland’s Aberdeen bypass is £23.3 million a mile. Perhaps Alex Salmond could “twin” with its government to our benefit.

Neil Craig

Comments:
Term Paper Writer work tirelessly to ensure that your Custom Research Papers Writing Services is completed within the time frame given to avoid poor scores in your Academic Essay Writing Services.

 
Post a comment

<< Home

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?

British Blogs.