Monthly Archives: July 2018

Priority v Equality

How to make roads dangerous: give main roads priority over pedestrians and side roads.¬†How to make roads safe: make junctions all-way give-ways, with equal rights and equal opportunity. Put the (legal) onus on the driver to beware the vulnerable road-user, … Continue reading

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Ingrained abuse

Road “accidents” are the result of the system of priority, which imposes unequal rights and makes roads intrinsically dangerous. The driving test teaches the abuse and neglect that are inherent in the system.

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Abuse

I’m trying to make roads safe, cut emissions and save the country 100s of ¬£billions. Meanwhile the bodies who run the abusive system – the DfT, local traffic authorities, councils, MPs, Roads and Transport Ministers – resist reform and pursue … Continue reading

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More morons

As if we’re incapable of driving in a straight line at a plodding 60mph, Jim O’Sullivan, CEO of Highways England, wants a year to test the raising of the motorway speed limit when no roadworks are in progress, e.g. on … Continue reading

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