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Crap Cycling & Walking in Waltham Forest
Sunday, 24 October 2010
Pavements are for... Jeep Cherokees
This Jeep Cherokee obstructed the footway on Willow Walk E17 on October 17
It was back again on October 18. It’s at this location a lot. It never seems to get a ticket. Curious.
How a traffic-free High Road Leytonstone was subverted
Amnesia in local transport planning
840,000 new London cycling trips (in your dreams)
Official: London’s ‘cycling revolution’ never happened
What won't bring about mass cycling (1) 20 mph zones
What won’t bring about mass cycling (2) ‘Shared Space’
What won’t bring about mass cycling (3) Strict Liability legislation
What won’t bring about mass cycling (4) cycle training
What won't bring about mass cycling (5) vehicular cycle campaigning
What won’t bring about mass cycling (6) ‘Safety in Numbers’
What won’t bring about mass cycling (7) 5% plus modal share in a vehicular cycling environment
What won’t bring about mass cycling (8) legislation and education to make drivers behave better towards cyclists
'Cycling in London is still a minority activity'
Waltham Forest links
Waltham Forest Guardian
Waltham Forest Council
Archipelago of Truth
Lost and Found in E17
Truth Will Out
A Girl in Walthamstow
Fight the Height
A Grim North
News From Nowhere Club
Blackhorse Action Group
A view from the cycle path…
Cycling Embassy of Great Britain
At War With The Motorist
The Alternative Department for Transport
Joe Dunckley's Notebook
Road Danger Reduction Forum
The Urban Country
As Easy As Riding a Bike
Cyclists in the City
I Bike London
The Cycling Lawyer
Views of a Croydon cyclist
Two Wheels Good
People's Front of Richmond
Thinking About Cycling
Kennington People on Bikes
People’s Cycling Front of South Gloucestershire
The Grumpy Cyclist
42 Bikes: Life, the Universe and Bikes
Lo fidelity bicycle club
Do The Right Thing
Cycle A 2 B
Crap cycling in Bournemouth
Cycle of Futility
Mad Manchester cycle lanes
I Am Not A Cyclist
Crap Cycle Lanes of Croydon
Greater London links
Dave Hill's London
Bollards of London
TfL transport statistics
TfL ‘road safety’ data
London Assembly Transport Reports
London Cycle Network Design Manual (1998)
Cycle facility of the month
UK Cycle Rules
(Drawing) Rings Around The World
Ian Tomlinson Family Campaign
The Crude Awakening
That Guy Hex
Website Hit Counters
Cycling city York twinned with Waltham Forest
More helpful cycle signing
The disappearances (or: just fancy that!)
Cycle stands: the ‘shared use’ principle
Why not jet off on a long haul flight and discuss ...
Brain dead driver
Waltham Forest council’s ‘approved contractor’ obs...
Cycling expert in frank admission
NYPD shows how to catch lawless cyclists
Vehicular cycling update
Pedestrian refuges of Waltham Forest
cycle superhighway 7 revisited
Permeability and cycling: some exciting examples
Access no areas
Filthy black cabs
a film in which lots of women ride bicycles, appar...
Copenhagen and Walthamstow – can you tell the diff...
the historic role of women in organised British cy...
Cycling England and cycling statistics
Streets redesigned for cycling
Look who’s breaking the speed limit!
The curious case of Ken Kifer
cycling in the age of stupid
Oh no – not more ‘improvements’ for cyclists
Pavements are for... Jeep Cherokees
Lamp post collides with car
Volvo tipper truck kills cyclist
Why is there no enforcement on Rosebank Villas?
East Harlem cyclist doored, then crushed by lorry
Council spends money to find out about spending mo...
Cycling on the pavement
news from the cycling paradise of Cambridge
another killer breezes out of court
Another roundabout collides with a lorry
Cycle parking doesn’t get any greener than this
What the government’s spending review means for tr...
Driver who assaulted cyclist walks free from court...
car-centric Transport for London is the enemy of c...
Police car hit in lorry driver’s blind spot
Boris Bikes and the Evening Standard
Another crash on Woodford New Road
killer lorry driver news (1)
killer lorry driver news (2)
Grass verge collides with lorry
Garden wall collides with electric car
‘in London there’s no room for cycling segregation...
Road violence in Walthamstow High Street
Blaming the victims – road safety news update
Cyclist ‘doored’ in Luton
Roundabout collides with lorry
Railway bridge collides with lorry
Cycling promotion, Dave Horton, TfL and Chingford
Lorry mounts pavement, pedestrian loses leg
Two pedestrians run down and killed
Parking for 13 cars and 2 bicycles
It’s oil over (plus Paris pipeline pension protest...
Cambridge cops cycling crackdown spoiled
Katie Price flouts road traffic law yet again
You’ve been framed!
Waltham Forest Council's latest rubbish policy tak...
Enfield Council cracks down on blue badge fraudste...
Why not make your own cycle route?
Goodbye ‘Cycling England’ – and the CfIT
London bike hire: what ‘cycling revolution’?
Princess Beatrice’s BMW: more car-centric BBC Lond...
Lorry driver news
Gyratories are anti-cyclist
Tipper truck driver who killed Eilidh Cairns fined...
Lock, stand and suspect
‘Bike boxes’ arrive in Toronto
How the vehicular cycling environment is getting W...
The Waltham Forest Cycle Action Plan (where ‘actio...
Promoting car dependency in Nottingham
Challenging cycling environments
Cycle parking & apples: episode two
Today is the climate change day of action!
This blog can see into the future!
Vegetation over the footway
Walthamstow as a pedestrian paradise!
Another Saturday, another Hoe Street crime scene
More local violence
Another hit and run
Can you spot the cycle sign?
MENCAP driver blocks the pavement
Just stop pretending cycling will increase in Oute...
Cyclist seeks hit and run driver
Selborne Road cycle lane still obstructed
Drunk killer driver will be allowed back on the ro...
Cyclists as crash test dummies
Jared Kelly cleared
Cyclist causes difficulties for motorists
elderly driver news
scenes from an off-road route on the London Cycle ...
The Last Stand
Leyton Bike Shed v. a Dutch apple
Spot what’s wrong with this ‘improvement’
20 mph zones
blue badge abuse
car free day
Crooked Billet underpass
cycle lane obstruction
cycle stand damage
cycle stand siting
dangerous cycle lanes
handheld mobile phone drivers
hazardous cycling surface
hazardous walking surface
heavy goods vehicles
hit and runs
impending climate catastrophe
inadequate cycle stand provision
Lea Bridge Road
London Cycle Network
obstructed cycle stand
vehicles in pedestrian areas
Waltham Forest Design Awards