Monthly Archives: October 2012
New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, says cyclists and pedestrians are “more important” than motorists. Not quite. Equality – among ALL road-users – is the solution to most of our problems on the road. It’s absurd that people on foot should … Continue reading
You’ll be pleased to hear the Department for Transport has published a new Research report, Operation of Traffic Signals during Low Demand (4 Oct 2012). I’ll quote and comment as we go along. “Traffic signal design is a science that … Continue reading
George Osborne (Today Programme) wants to “tackle unfairness” by making welfare cuts of £10bn. Meanwhile, traffic system reform can still* provide annual cuts of £50bn that will hurt no-one except traffic managers and signal salesmen (*as I’ve been saying for years).