New on the Bike Blog: how low-traffic neighbourhoods are more popular than many politicians believe, and why removing them after a few weeks of noisy protests solves nothing.
All the polls I have seen back this up: Despite a loud opposing minority, low-traffic neighbourhoods are increasingly popular.
"the status quo just won’t work: gridlocked residential streets aren’t caused by a handful of cycle lanes or a few streets filtered with bollards. They’re caused by too many cars, often carrying a single able-bodied adult a laughably short distance."
“It’s clear that the status quo just won’t work. It’s an obvious point, but has to be said: gridlocked residential streets aren’t caused by a handful of cycle lanes, or a few streets filtered with bollards. They’re caused by too many cars, vans and trucks”
Despite a loud opposing minority, low-traffic neighbourhoods are increasingly popular - YouGov poll found positive views on #LTNs are three times higher than negative ones Story by
Despite a loud opposing minority, low-traffic neighbourhoods are increasingly popular