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Crap Cycling & Walking in Waltham Forest
Sunday, 21 October 2012
The latest conspicuity lunacy
Notts County Council is asking youngsters to wear fluorescent or bright clothing in the daytime
and reflective material at night
to make them more visible to drivers.
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
Waltham Forest Cycling Strategy 2012-2015
Where ‘Go Dutch’ is going nowhere: the case of Wal...
car-centric junction design
segregated cycle paths in Ottawa triple bike traff...
Regent Street to be closed to cars - for display o...
Cycling in the dark
Pass your driving test with a bribe
more scenes from the Hierarchy of Provision
Killing of pedestrian hit by taxi driver on mobile...
The government raises two fingers to cycling safet...
Incredible but true
Time to prosecute BMW for corporate manslaughter?
‘We cannot carry on like this’
Spot the difference between the Mayor of New York ...
Crap cycling in Dorset
Crap cycling in Peterborough
James Bond and cyclists
The human aftermath of the latest London cycling f...
Gilbert Road Revisited
Copenhagen cycling collision
visit the Vestry House Museum by bike
The context and implications of a photograph
Some versions of cycle campaign history
Peter Hendy’s latest contribution to a toxic, unci...
The latest conspicuity lunacy
some lorries in York
a crackpot prosecution
let’s repeat this, shall we?
‘his HGV wandered off the carriageway’
six months in prison because he ‘acted dangerously...
Safety in Infrastructure
‘To help promote safe cycling…’
Kings Cross: TfL procrastinates and stonewalls
Speeding footballer update
How to design for cycling collisions
Hit and run driver who left cyclist in road allowe...
The problem with ‘British Cycling’
Cars just wanna have fun
‘Dedicated clear space for cyclists’
The government health reforms: how they may affect...
London cyclist killed by lorry this afternoon in H...
The CTC embraces segregation (sort of, in a way, s...
Cycle helmet chic
20 mph zones do not increase the number of cyclist...
Comprehensively failing cycling: the Northampton T...
The petrolhead Coalition’s latest gift to the petr...
Organic Bike Stand Obstruction
Boris Johnson, Transport for London and the killin...
Cycling on the pavement: the context of a photogra...
Spot the irrelevant, victim-blaming detail
Wanstead High Street welcomes cyclists
Car used as a weapon against cyclist
In the courts
Cop this #37
Petrol station collides with Porsche
Lethal wing mirrors
Scenes from the Hierarchy of Provision
It’s the new golden age of cycling! (yet again)
The Zambian approach to a child pedestrian fatalit...
Two cyclists negotiate safe passage
Car-centric Norwich Labour councillors witch-hunt ...
Accused road rage cyclist acquitted
High Road Leytonstone: ‘more appealing’ than Dutch...
Justice for cyclists: one possible small step forw...
Cycle parking: there is always room for improvemen...
Pleash drive reshponshibly
‘doored’ in Kingston
Dangerous cycling and walking in New York City
Return to sender
Transport for London: killing London’s children
Victoria Line closures: the lies of Transport for ...
‘Working with Waltham Forest’
Footway widening and cycling in London
Cycling noise: four new examples
Permeability in the Netherlands, Hackney and Walth...
a field guide to British cycling activists
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