Saturation point – the dashing already cycle

As part of my participation at the International Cycling Conference (poster and paper The potential cyclist), I was prompted to have a look at the Transport Types dataset, survey listed here. Thanks again for everyone who contributed, and thanks for passing the survey on to friends, family, colleagues. It worked a treat with 1,673 responses… Read More Saturation point – the dashing already cycle

DfT’s anti peak-car rhetoric: narrative analysis of DfT statements

We have to come off the car for many reasons. It’s a perfect situation for politics to act and direct society. For politics can be described as [a]ny desired source that is not totally abundant – be it money, social prestige, recognition, research grants, or whatever – must be divided up through a political process… Read More DfT’s anti peak-car rhetoric: narrative analysis of DfT statements