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Vale of Glamorgan Road Infrastructure Developments

Posted on October 20, 2009 at 10:30 0 Comments

During the summer, I wrote to the Vale of Glamorgan with regard to some road infrastructure changes in the South Wales towns of Penarth and Cowbridge. The questions and answers follow:

What are the traffic flows on Windsor road and why is the road, particularly in the town centre not deemed suitable for “shared space”, when Bristol City Council are planning to follow Ashford and turn Park Street over to “shared space”?

– "Most recent traffic count shows an… Continue

Manual for Streets ignored in Wales.

Posted on April 10, 2009 at 22:30 0 Comments

All Local Authorities in Wales have failed to respond to the offer of training or more information on the Manual for Streets according to one of its authors. The document is based on solid research and has won much praise and many awards and yet Local Authorities continue to design streets as they always have...

Only one person at a presentation on the Manual for Streets organised by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, held in the council offices of Cardiff Council out of… Continue

Update from Ashford, UK

Posted on April 1, 2009 at 12:39 1 Comment

The following press release has been issued by Ashford Borough Council this week. This is very positive news.

"Where Ashford leads in urban planning and street design, others follow – that seems to be the message after it was revealed that more than a dozen UK towns are also adopting shared space concepts to help improve their streetscapes.

Last month it was reported that Staines, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Hereford and… Continue

Shared cycle lane

Posted on March 30, 2009 at 23:30 1 Comment

Debates rage around the world over the merits of naked streets, shared space, traffic calming, speed limits and bicycle lanes. Perhaps the Dutch have found the perfect solution.

On the street in the picture, the central white line has gone, but on both sides are 1.75m wide red cycle lanes, with a dotted white line separating them from the main carriageway. This dotted line allows vehicles to enter the cycle lane in order to pass… Continue

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At 10:46 on February 28, 2009, Ian Perry said…
Through your old blog. I like to know what is going on...
At 0:15 on February 28, 2009, Martin Cassini said…
Good to have you on board. How did you hear of this network - through the net or a mutual friend?
At 22:48 on February 27, 2009, Ian Perry said…
Hello Martin,

I just sprung out from behind one of the ever so many traffic lights in Cardiff... Traffic lights are breeding here faster than rabbits. Not only do we have traffic lights to join a roundabout and on it, but a further set of lights to leave the roundabout! A road which simply leads to a car park even has... a pelican crossing...

I am no longer a "car addict"... Unfortunately the only view of the world that those with power have had is through a windscreen...

When I see what is happening in Europe and beyond and hear what UK politicians often say, I believe that there is hope - than I see what the UK politicians, planners, urban designers and traffic planners do and despair...
At 22:15 on February 26, 2009, Martin Cassini said…
Hello Ian, where did you spring from?

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