Cost cutting claims hit Bath link-road

Nash, Sally
April 2004
Commercial Motor;4/22/2004, Vol. 199 Issue 5076, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on the proposal to construct a bypass road in Bath, England as of April 2004. Reaction of the local residents of Bath to the proposal; Views of the Freight Transport Association on the proposal; Statement from David Langton, chairman of Batheaston Parish Council.


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