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In brief: Issue 594 13 Apr 2012

Johnson ‘has road traffic bias’

London mayor Boris Johnson’s policy of smoothing traffic flow through measures such as altering traffic light phasing reflects “1960s’ transport planning”, public transport and environmental charity the Campaign for Better Transport said this week. The CBT said the policy had similarities with measures pursued by the Greater London Council in the 1960s “that put the movement of vehicles above the needs of pedestrians and cyclists”. The CBT’s new report...

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