Monthly Archives: July 2013
One day, Equality Streets or shared space will be the norm. Yet in the early 21st century, assuming people have even heard of them, they are still seen as oddball, alternative. It’s the current system of priority and signal control … Continue reading
In Victorian times, children were seen and not heard. In the 20th century, road-users were hounded and herded. In the 21st century, with a few notable exceptions such as Poynton, road-users are still hounded and herded. Even in creative Totnes, the traffic … Continue reading
Good piece about Poynton by the Institution of Civil Engineers here.
Working with Re-open Totnes. Traders’ group in call for ‘Equality Streets’ Totnes Times Wednesday 26th June 2013 RE Open Totnes, set up to challenge the current experimental traffic order road reversal system and to explore alternative solutions to the town’s … Continue reading