11:03am Thursday 23rd February 2012
I RETURNED from a visit to London this week where I had gone to my company’s head office. To get back to Euston station I took a taxi which cost me (not at a peak time) £8.20.
Back in Warrington I then took a taxi from Bank Quay station to my home in Grappenhall, which is a marginally shorter journey (again not at a peak time) and it cost me £5.60. It took all of seven minutes.
This seems crazy to me – I know which journey was the most difficult. The London cabbie had a hell of a job whereas from Bank Quay to my house is a breeze.
How can they justify that?
CAROLINE MARLFIELD Grappenhall
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