August 31, 2004

Thousands 'ready to quit Aslef' - where would we be without brotherly love...link
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August 30, 2004

Rural watchdog attacks road sign blight - See it's not just me who can't abide the avalanche of street furniture....link
What the traffic will bear - Bob Poole discusses the merits of tolling...link
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Prague trams - photos. Aaah...link
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August 24, 2004

What if you can't drive? - Catallarchy's Sean Lynch considers the options...link
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97% of accidents within speed limit - according to the ABD...link
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August 22, 2004

Prosecute motorway lane hogs - says RAC...link
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August 20, 2004

Radio tags for congestion charge?...link
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World's longest road opens - in Russia...link
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Sprawl is cheap - says Iain Murray...link
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August 19, 2004

Strike threat to BA and Eurostar...link
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Toll roads are safer - at least according to my reading of this Marginal Revolution post...link
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Peking metro to hit 1000km mark - I'm not sure even London's is that long...link
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August 15, 2004

Squander Two calmly talks about speed cameras...link
Parking anarchy in St Albans - Police withdraw traffic wardens, Herts council won't have any until October, it's bedlam!...link
The future of transport - as seen from the past...link
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Trains less efficient than cars - yes, I know, it's old news...link
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Ferry solution, please - Eamonn Butler wonders how you could introduce competition to a subsidised ferry service in the Western Isles...link
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August 14, 2004

Drink less, speed less, save on insurance - Marginal Revolution has the story...link
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Jay Leno discusses the new £70,000 Cadillac XLR. I remember my uncle saying: “The Cadillac is the Rolls-Royce of automobiles!” - Will it sell in Britain? Don't they realise we have these things called bends which American cars are known not to handle well....link
Police win battle for more speed cameras - Motoring groups have accused police of being obsessed with cameras and ignoring other, more effective ways of reducing casualties on the roads. ...link
Plus vite! French speed cameras can't identify and locate l'etrangers - 1,300,000 drivers had been caught on camera up to July 1. But the 310,000 foreigners among them will receive no penalty notices....link

August 12, 2004

MPs call for petrol prices to be increased...link
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£5 congestion fee zone to double - why so soon?...link
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August 11, 2004

Eminent domain abuse - some examples - that's compulsory purchase to us Brits...link
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More silence, more civility - "Digby Anderson discovers the 'silence carriage' on the Marseille to Nice train"...link
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August 10, 2004

BA cries foul over fares...link
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August 06, 2004

Safety is dangerous - well, sort of. Christian Wolmar reports on what must assume is a fairly typical example...link
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Airline security stop asking dumb questions - only in America...link
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August 05, 2004

Drink-drivers to test dashboard DIY breathalyser...link
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Wrong kind of inquiry - the Telegraph pokes fun at NRES...link
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August 04, 2004

Tailgating problem more complex than it appears - says the ABD. To which I am inclined to respond: "No, it isn't."...link
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August 02, 2004

Banks run rail 'gravy train', says Darling - he's having a go at the ROSCOS...link
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41% tailgate - 70% in Berkshire...link
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JRTR #39 - is out. This edition: rail-air links ...link
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August 01, 2004

The state almost always fails - my attempt to justify some of my recently-expressed stato-scepticism...link
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EU creates vehicle dumping crisis - from Euro Referendum...link
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