On Reinventing the Wheel: learning from others and the past

This week, Londoners heard the very welcome news that 33 of London’s biggest and nastiest road junctions were to be transformed: Gyratories at Archway, Aldgate, Swiss Cottage and Wandsworth, among others, will be ripped out and replaced with two-way roads, segregated cycle tracks and new traffic-free public space. The Elephant … Continue reading

We need resolution, not excuses: please respond to Westminster Cycling Consultation

Westminster Council has opened a cycling consultation, linked to its cycling strategy. I’ve previously criticised the Strategy, which hasn’t changed that much since. (They have found some nice bicycle bullet points). If you ever need to ride in Westminster, please respond to the consultation. Both by completing the survey, but … Continue reading