Control or trust?

Supporters of speed cameras wonder why drivers can’t just observe the rules. We don’t object to just regulation, but as long as traffic policy is based on the unjust system of priority, it must be challenged. Commenting on electoral reform, Neal Lawson of Compass says the political control and command structure is a thing of the past. “Now you need to go out and win the moral case. You have to trust the people.” As supporters of Equality Streets know, this campaign for traffic system reform is based on a trust in human nature rather than an obsession with controlling it. For the current traffic control system, there is no moral case.

About Martin Cassini

Campaign founder and video producer, pursuing traffic system reform to make roads safe, civilised and efficient
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