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Letters to the editor
Francis King, Transport consultant, Bath BA2
I would like to comment on the expressed opinions of Mr Walker and Mr Heymer about setting speed limits (Letters LTT 07 Feb). Both gentlemen believe... continue
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Viewpoint
Scott Le Vine, Centre for Transport Studies
Autonomous cars, driverless cars, automated cars – whatever you call them (and yes, it does make a difference) they are the hot topic in... continue
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Detail
The DfT has awarded Newbury-based scenario planning specialist SAMI Consulting a contract to monitor how technological changes could affect the... continue
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Regular news
Drivers in Bristol will be among the first in the country to be offered a speed awareness course for exceeding 20mph limits, under plans being drawn... continue
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Sub story to regular feature
Intelligent Health’s ‘My best move’ training programme for GPs emphasises the role that physical activity – including active... continue
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Regular feature
Andrew Forster
It may be pushing it to suggest that the humble pedestrian is an endangered species but official figures do not make happy reading for those who... continue
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Letters to the editor
Malcolm Bulpitt, Loose, Maidstone, Kent ME15
Having read Paul Biggs’ letter (LTT 24 Jan) I cannot help but wonder if the Alliance of British Drivers should change its name to the Alliance... continue
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Letters to the editor
Idris Francis, Petersfield, Hants GU32
Professor Richard Allsop’s new 22% estimate for killed and serious injury reductions due to speed cameras, lower than his 2010 figure of 43%... continue
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Letters to the editor
Keith Peat, Drivers’ Union, Sutton-on-Sea, Lincolnshire
As an ex-traffic officer and class 1 police advanced driver, it does worry me when people such as Rod King of 20’s Plenty for Us and academics... continue
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Letters to the editor
Malcolm Heymer, Traffic management adviser, Alliance of British Drivers, Dereham, Norfolk NR20
It is no surprise that Rod King (Letters LTT 24 Jan) tried to refute many of the points I raised in my Viewpoint article on 20mph speed limits. I... continue
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Letters to the editor
Malcolm Heymer, Traffic management adviser, Alliance of British Drivers, Dereham, Norfolk NR20
It is no surprise that Rod King (Letters LTT 24 Jan) tried to refute many of the points I raised in my Viewpoint article on 20mph speed limits. I... continue
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Letters to the editor
James C. Walker, National Motorists Association (www.motorists.org), Ann Arbor, Michigan USA
Rod King of campaign group 20’s Plenty for Us applauds the DfT for abandoning the use of 85th percentile speeds for speed limit setting in... continue
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Regular news
Andrew Forster
Dorset County Council is to scrap a pioneering ‘psychological’ traffic calming scheme that involved removing centre line markings from a... continue
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Letters to the editor
Chris Oldham, Shrewsbury SY4
John Dales’ column in the last issue ended by suggesting that driving licences should be valid for a maximum of ten years only. Even... continue
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Letters to the editor
Paul Biggs, Alliance of British Drivers, Tamworth B77
I’d like to respond briefly to several items in the 10 January issue, starting with John Dales who urgently needs to inject some objectivity... continue
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Letters to the editor
Rod King, Founder & campaign director, 20’s Plenty for Us, Lymm, Cheshire WA13
I was delighted to see Malcolm Heymer’s Viewpoint in the 10 Jan issue of LTT bringing attention to the debate for 20mph becoming the default... continue
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Phil Goodwin
Phil Goodwin
I don’t know whether Christian Wolmar, Terry Pratchett and Nicole Kidman know each other, and to ask them would spoil a most agreeable fantasy... continue
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Regular news
Lee Baker
A new app has launched that shares what people are Tweeting about public transport and roads in the U.K to provide transport and road providers with... continue
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Regular news
Andrew Forster
Public transport passenger watchdog Passenger Focus should not be given the job of representing England’s road users, road stakeholder groups... continue
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Regular news
The Association of Chief Police Officers has explained the legal basis for speed awareness courses, which the police can offer speeding motorists as... continue
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