A quick review of the tweets that have caught my attention this week.
A trip hazard where a contra flow cycle lane meets a junction. Good intentions, poor implementation.
Cyclists at road works!
I can understand this. The intention is to slow quick moving cycles. The question to be justifiably asked of the person organising these works is why they have not employed a Banksman.
— Ian Cairns (@cairns_ian) May 27, 2017
Nice cycle infrastructure
Some inspirational bits and pieces from Seville and Holland.
— The Alternative DfT (@AlternativeDfT) May 22, 2017
New post: What do you give the cyclist who already has everything? A fun guide to catch the next green signal! https://t.co/fYJvkwZYjK
— Mark Wagenbuur (@BicycleDutch) May 22, 2017
More guerilla city design
— CityLab (@CityLab) May 24, 2017
The freedom of the motoring car!
Cars don’t freedom when everyone else wants to do the same thing as you.
"Cars offer illusion that each individual can seek his or her own benefit at expense of everyone else."—André Gorz. pic.twitter.com/mRe6HeWk3p
— Taras Grescoe (@grescoe) May 23, 2017
Wolfson Prize finalists announced
Bids to design a road pricing scheme – including one from AA boss. https://t.co/edhQyIWHAu
— Rob Greenland (@TheSocBiz) May 22, 2017