January 27, 2013

Healthy Green Transport for a Small City. 3

Following on from part 2. I am ambivalent about the current fashion for renewing sad streets with bike lanes and  Bike Friendly Business District (BFBD) certification. It’s a new trend but already so cynical, built around landowners’ […]
January 24, 2013

Healthy Green Transport for a Small City. 2.

Following on from Part 1. Map all the existing and potential routes for bike paths that are nowhere near cars, against the redundant industrial sites those bike paths could unlock for bicycle oriented redevelopment. I’ve hypothesised […]
January 22, 2013

Healthy Green Transport for a Small City. 1.

The bike transport renaissance, so far, has been a big-city phenomenon. We have watched exceptionally large cities like New York, Paris and London have Copenhagen-style cycle tracks built, while the small regional cities that actually typify […]
January 17, 2013

It’s on again! (Bike Hour, March 2013)

January 14, 2013

Response to claim bike infrastructure investment is sexist.

It is a misappropriation of government funds to subsidise fresh fruit and veg. Only rich people eat unprocessed food. Poor people eat big packets of potato chips and 12-packs of doughnuts. Governments should subsidise those. If […]