Give bus passengers a cafe

Reading the Courier headlines on September 2 (“Where’s our café?”) one might ask the same question about Halifax bus station.

The bus station is one of the most open stations I‘ve been in and it’s so windy and cold in bad weather.

This will be the second winter that the bus station has not had a café since the plaza shut down. No breckies or hot drinks there either. Yet First bus drivers get a café.

Why not use the old plaza for a café/restaurant and run it on the same principle as the old Crossfield bus station where both staff and customers could use it?

I’m sure a profit is there to be had.

I’m sure that Metro and Calderdale Council could come up with an amicable arrangement for cheap rent/lease and look after the passengers and staff.

Dawn Webster

Myrtle Drive