Monthly Archives: May 2012
In Four Thought on Radio 4 tonight, among the things I forgot to mention is the scope in traffic system reform not just for kind cuts, but for growth. Redesigning the road network to express a social rather than a … Continue reading
My talk in Radio 4’s Four Thought series goes out this week. I spoke ad lib, and now, after the event, about all I can remember is what I forgot to say or could have said better!
I usually blog (moan) about the underlying cause of our problems on the road (priority), avoidable danger and delay at traffic lights, the failure of the authorities to take note or take action, and the scope in traffic system reform … Continue reading
After seeing my video The Case for a No-Lights Trial, Westminster’s traffic chief linked up with TfL (historically resistant to my proposals), and the GLA/Boris (ditto), to announce the removal of 145 sets of lights. During his tenure, Livingstone saddled London … Continue reading