November 25, 2016

Will cycling be Trumped?

Transport cycling—especially when I’ve had to do it on roads with my children—has led me to viscerally despise the kind of politician who courts bigots for votes by victimising out-groups. Transport cyclists are a persecuted and vulnerable […]
November 18, 2016

How the Dutch do it: fewer train stations with bike-centric catchments.

Marco te Brömmelstroet  (Urban Cycling Institute / University of Amsterdam, etc. etc.) was in Sydney recently, as the drawcard speaker for an evening of talks called How the Dutch Do It.  I know what you’re thinking, that being told “How […]
November 6, 2016

BEHOOVING MOVING

The above image has been produced to mark a generous interval of time since this blog started in 2009. There have also been somewhat more than 1000 blog posts, I’m not sure the precise number. Without […]