Tag Archives: traffic management
Medics have called for hospital managers who ignored their warnings about Lucy Letby to face corporate manslaughter charges. Just as, in these pages, I have suggested that traffic managers and ministers should face such charges. Despite my analysis, reform proposals … Continue reading
The OED defines Iannucci’s inspired word as “a situation that has been comprehensively mismanaged, characterised by a string of blunders and miscalculations”. How well it describes traffic management.
The scientific method requires proof by experimentation. How do you prove that equality-based self-control is safer and more efficient than formal control, when the highway authorities who can give permission for meaningful experiments refuse it? They have a vested interest in the … Continue reading
You can be the safest, most aware driver, but the bass turds are out to get you and get you they will. Paid savants devise cryptic regulation that builds into the vast public disservice known as traffic management. The other day I drove along … Continue reading
Once again traffic (mis)management has escaped public spending cuts and the notice of Whitehall! Quite incredible when you see things through the lens of Equality Streets.