Monthly Archives: February 2011

TfL and efficiency?

In TfL’s annual report, Boris Johnson and Peter Hendy trumpet efficiency savings of £5bn. Can we infer that over the years, they have been overspending by £5bn? In view of the high-cost traffic controls they cherish, from congestion charging to pedestrian countdown, the … Continue reading

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Egyptian Roads

Egypt shows there is infinite appetite for freedom and cooperation. Give people responsibility, and by and large they won’t let you down. They don’t need protecting from themselves and each other; they need protecting from interventionists who impose totalitarian systems. Like Egyptians, we want a … Continue reading

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