Category Archives: Evening Standard

Total inconsistency from the Royal Parks

I can’t really add much to Cyclists in the City’s excellent and thorough analysis of the problems facing the East-West Superhighway route through the Royal Parks – problems, it seems, that are entirely being caused by the Royal Parks themselves, as … Continue reading

Posted in Andrew Gilligan, Evening Standard, Infrastructure, London, Royal Parks, Superhighways, Walking | 18 Comments

Enough is enough

Dave Horton’s excellent Cycling Struggles series continued on Thursday, taking a look at pavement cycling, and how conflict has been created between two user groups that really should co-exist quite harmoniously. I urge you to read it (indeed, read the whole set, … Continue reading

Posted in Cycling policy, Evening Standard, Go Dutch, Infrastructure, LCC, London, Subjective safety, Transport for London, Transport policy, Walking | 46 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

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The Evening Standard disappears up its own fundament

On 18th January, Michael Howie and Jonathan Prynn of the Evening Standard wrote a piece about the alleged swiftness with which Westminster Council were converting single yellow lines around junctions in their borough to double yellows; their purpose, apparently, to hint … Continue reading

Posted in Evening Standard, London, Parking, Walking | 10 Comments