T In The Park traffic problems ‘fixed’

Organisers claim queues were cleared in record times

T In The Park organisers have claimed that the transport problems that marred last year’s festival have been sorted out, with fans arriving on site with relative ease yesterday (July 11).

In 2007, there were eight-hour tail-backs as festival-goers queued to get to the Scottish festival.

However, in a statement released today (July 12), festival chiefs claim that this year traffic was cleared quickly.

“All queues into the event cleared in record time and we look forward to welcoming the remaining fans,” said Chief Superintendent Matt Hamilton in a statement.

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