Posted by Mark Treasure on Monday 3rd of March 2014
Another guest blog in our series from a traffic engineer, A View from the Drawing Board. Previous posts can be found here and here. This blog addresses some aspects of the plan to install a 'Turbo Roundabout' in Bedford.
Posted by Sally Hinchcliffe on Monday 3rd of March 2014
With the news this week of the cyclist found 'merrily cycling' along the M25 - and fortunately for his own safety escorted onto the much more bike friendly A30, the question arises as to who the real idiots are - those who cycle along motorways or those who put narrow cycle lanes on what are all but motorways - and then leave cyclists with
Posted by Sally Hinchcliffe on Monday 17th of February 2014
We started this week with the idea that little plans are not enough - you can't build a cycling economy on the 5% who are happy to ride with nothing but paint on the road for encouragement, and that while quick and cheap fixes can be great in the right circumstances, on some roads (and especially junctions) even a barrowload of armadillos can be totally inadequate (especially
Posted by Sally Hinchcliffe on Monday 27th of January 2014
This week appears to have been national Propose a Pointless Rule week, with Magnatom wondering if he can actually cycle slowly enough to use Glasgow's parks - with proposed limits for bikes (but not cars) of 5mph leaving campaigners speechless (no mean feat, if you've ever met a Glaswegian).