Monthly Archives: July 2010
We’re more tolerant and make better judgements if we’re in a frame of mind of relaxed alert rather than a state of stress. The Observer had a piece about Warwick Business School professor, Andrew Oswald, an expert on the relationship between economics and mental … Continue reading
There is too much fear on the road – a sort of generalised stranger danger. As fellow humans, drivers don’t want to bully pedestrians, but the rules of road tell them to ditch their manners in obedience to a system … Continue reading
Priority based on status of road is discriminatory. It supports inequality. By contrast, filter in turn (FiT) – based on time of arrival – expresses equal status, equal rights, equal responsibility, equal opportunity. The dysfunctional rules of the road defy … Continue reading
Roads unfit for People (updated Case against Traffic Lights 7min 33) Roads FiT for People (traffic lights-off trial in Portishead 5min 07)
My existing blog is at Free to Choose. The subject is traffic system reform based on equality rather than priority – the sociable way to make Roads FiT for People.