At its heart yesterday’s LTN protest in Dulwich was about the injustice of moving traffic from some roads to others. An injustice caused by @lb_southwark and which it needs to rectify. That was the tweet that was! It was put out by the UK Noise Association, which I chair, last Sunday following the protest theContinue reading “THE WEAKNESSES OF LOW TRAFFIC NEIGHBOURHOODS AS A POLICY TOOL”
There is a tendency in our climate-aware age to think of trains as ‘good’ and planes as ‘bad’. I think that is a mistake. They are ‘different’. And each mode has its own strengths and weaknesses. It was brought home to me last week when I heard about the Campaign for Better Transport’s eye-catching train/planeContinue reading “TRAINS OR PLANES: NOT ‘GOOD OR ‘BAD’ BUT ‘DIFFERENT’”
30th August 2021 Well, was that the noisiest bank holiday on record? I don’t mean the aeroplanes; there were a lot fewer of them than normal. I don’t even mean the cars, though there were a lot on the roads. I mean the music. The loud music. The loud music, with the thudding base. Wherever people gathered, they seemedContinue reading “Deliberately Turning up the Volume”
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