Category Archives: Horsham Police

Cycling on the pavement

I wrote a rather long piece a few months ago about a West Sussex County Times article entitled Councillor warns of road ‘peril’. This was an article that, for some reason,  decided to focus entirely on the dangers of ‘selfish cyclists’ who … Continue reading

Posted in Cyclecraft, Helmets, Horsham Police, Infrastructure, John Franklin, Transport for London | 16 Comments

A visit to Horsham police station

A wonderful example of the hostility of the UK urban environment to people making journeys on foot or by bike is provided by Horsham police station, where I unfortunately had to make a journey recently, to report an accident in … Continue reading

Posted in Car dependence, Horsham, Horsham District Council, Horsham Police, Infrastructure, Parking, Pavement parking, Town planning | 12 Comments

Pavement parking in Horsham

Pavement parking is on the rise in Horsham. A few recent examples – Apparently the very idea that pedestrians might actually want to use these pavements, without having to move out into the road to get around their vehicles, has … Continue reading

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