THE most frustrating thing about the traffic lights problems which beset anyone trying to drive on the main road in Inverclyde is that it is a problem which is surely easily fixable.

The lights at the main trunk road's junctions with Pottery Street and Ratho Street seem to be worsening the problems already being experienced because of the latest roadworks.

But the new junction at the end of West Blackhall Street, right opposite the Telegraph office, takes the biscuit.

Here, the sequencing of the traffic lights is so bad, it seems to give approximately equal timing to the main road, which must carry 99 per cent of traffic here, and West Blackhall Street, which is half shut anyway.

Such a pity these problems can't be fixed.

John Rooney