Monthly Archives: June 2012

Bow Roundabout

Having some spare time in London yesterday, I went over to Bow to see how the new junction design on the roundabout is working. The Superhighway (CS2) on the approach to the roundabout is deeply unimpressive. Blocked intermittently with queuing … Continue reading

Posted in Boris Johnson, Bow Roundabout, Cycle Superhighways, LCC, London, The Netherlands | 54 Comments

Old Shoreham Road

Jim Davis of the Lo Fidelity Bicycle Club has already visited the re-working of the Old Shoreham Road in Hove, and has provided two excellent reports about it. The aim of the scheme involves taking space from the carriageway – … Continue reading

Posted in Brighton, Infrastructure, Street closures, Subjective safety | 12 Comments

A crash on a safe road

Early in the evening of Sunday 6th May, a car careered off the road on the North Street railway bridge in Horsham, striking the railings beside the pavement. Judging by the location of the impact, I would guess that the … Continue reading

Posted in Horsham, Road safety, The media | 5 Comments