Category Archives: Strict liability

Don’t misunderstand the Fietsstraat

The Times’ excellent correspondent, Kaya Burgess, is currently in the Netherlands on a fact-finding mission, along with London’s Cycling Commisioner Andrew Gilligan, Scotland’s Minister for Transport Keith Brown, and others. I hope they like what they are seeing (it’s impossible … Continue reading

Posted in Andrew Gilligan, Cycling Embassy Of Great Britain, David Hembrow, Go Dutch, Infrastructure, Street closures, Strict liability, Subjective safety, The Netherlands, The Times | 21 Comments

Love London, Go Danish? Or even Go Bow?

This is the final post in a series on LCC’s Love London, Go Dutch campaign – the previous three are here, here and here I am not especially precious about the form of infrastructure that might be put in place on London’s streets … Continue reading

Posted in Boris Johnson, Bow Roundabout, Cycle Superhighways, David Hembrow, Go Dutch, Infrastructure, LCC, London, Strict liability, Subjective safety, The Netherlands, Transport for London | 34 Comments