I think it is a car issue as well, though. All the travel changes in London seem to have the 2nd hand benefit of making it more difficult and less attractive to drive in London. From charges to road design. I hope that they continue doing so - the g…
I think I said before - having other things that need looking at, or indeed that are more polluting, doesn't mean nothing should be done about cars.
Your arguments seem to be - "but what about X" - which is redirecting the discussion to something …
A 60inch tv costs about £30 a year in energy. And a mobile is less than £2 a year to charge.
Its not that bad.
Wanting to reduce car use doesn't mean that you stop making an effort to not boil a kettle more than needed, or run a cooler wash. The…
That timing seems to fit with the lads popping in to Season's to see if they could sit in an drink pints.
Was it a big group up at Brave Sir Robin? Was the only issue that they had some tins with them?
I replied as a PM.
The message you sent was actually public message on my profile page. (kind of like Facebook)
It looks like a lot of people accidentally send a public profile message with addresses and numbers on them!
Went out on the high street tonight, it seemed OK. No trouble. Sainsbury's (North end) was selling booze, Stapleton was open.
I was eating in Seasons and a couple of big traveller lads came in asking if they had anything on draft
Here is the bit about the numbers of people talked to:
customers with a
Commercial (taxi and
Residents in the
the goal is to have fewer cars in London, not different types.
plus, i'm from (very rural) north Yorkshire, and have spent the last decade managing quite well to get back home using a train or a hire car.
I don't think the goal is to get people from diesel to petrol, or even diesel to electric.
The goal should be to stop private car ownership in cites completely.
Everything about london's road plans should make driving your car more difficult.