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Interview: Issue 483 6 Dec 2007

A plan to 'save the planet' but is anyone willing to pay the price?

Andrew Forster

Mayer Hillman is good at ruffling the feathers of the transport world. As anyone who's heard him speak at a conference or lecture evening will know, he's tenacious in pursuing the goal of a more localised society, built around the needs of pedestrians and cyclists rather than the motor car. Throughout the 40 or so years he's devoted to this goal, Hillman has been swimming very much against the tide as road traffic has continued to rise relentlessly. And yet, though it may be hard to pinpoint...

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