Monthly Archives: November 2016

Councils need ‘clarity’ on highways funding allocations.

Attribution: Mark Whitehead. A leading motorists’ organisation has demanded clarity from transport secretary Chris Grayling over plans for spending on roads. The RAC Foundation welcomed the announcement of new spending in the Autumn Statement but said local authorities needed to … Continue reading

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IAM welcomes tougher mobi penalties.

IAM RoadSmart has welcomed an increase in the punishment for drivers caught using a held-held mobile phone whilst driving – saying drivers need to learn that their actions could kill. This morning the Government announced that anyone caught using a … Continue reading

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FT wonders whether driverless cars might represent a threat to the growth of cycling in cities.

There is an interesting article today in the online FT by George Greenwood in which he suggests that the arrival of driverless cars might in cities scupper the growth in cycle use. Driverless cars will be fighting for space with … Continue reading

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