PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 02 March, 1994, 12:00am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 02 March, 1994, 12:00am

SO Walter Sulke (South China Morning Post, January 29) would ban school buses and commercial vehicles from the roads for five hours during the day time.

What a strange world he would inflict upon us, where many children would have to travel to and from school during the hours of darkness, and to give up after-school activities, just so that Mr Sulke's customers may be assured of driving their Mercedes limousines on the roads of Hong Kong unimpeded by all us lesser mortals! With a shade more observation, Mr Sulke may have noticed that one of the reasons that the roads are more congested in term-time is that many children are taken to and from school in cars, and so banning school buses may simply add to the problem.

M. J. STOKOE Jardine's Lookout