Monthly Archives: March 2012

Cycling safety is paramount

The Times has picked up the story of Transport for London potentially facing corporate manslaughter charges over the death of Min Joo Lee at King’s Cross on October 3rd last year, reporting that The stretch of road where Ms Lee … Continue reading

Posted in Boris Johnson, Infrastructure, London, Road safety, Smoothing traffic flow, The Times' Cities Safe for Cycling campaign, Transport for London | 5 Comments

The Evening Standard ties itself in double yellow knots

You may recall Westminster Council’s recent conversion of some single yellow lines in their borough to double yellow lines; principally, I suspect, for the storm of indignation that their decision provoked, rather than for the mundane reality of the changes … Continue reading

Posted in Evening Standard, London, Parking, The media | 5 Comments