Tolstoy wrote:I'm sure their value is understood but obviously it's a lot cheaper just to fill them in and be damned.
ElephantSupporter wrote:It is quite sweet the attachment some people have to the subways and there are some fair points about improving the lighting etc.
But frankly subways are all a bit passe and they are symptomatic of the old Elephant that represented crime, rubbish, vandalism etc.
I have also not seen a compelling case against the changes at the southern roundabout - which is a vast improvement. It has not had an impact on safety which seems to be the big argument from the Save our Subways group. The proposals represents a shift to a more open, modern use of space and am a little bit bemused why some people are against this?
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