Charlie Holland's blog, aiming for more people cycling more often, particularly in north Lambeth
You're right of course, the phrase isn't good. But the idea behind it - that every transport scheme should provide properly for cycling - is a good one that deserves support.
Of course I agree completely.
When I was younger, the term idiot-proof confused me, I thought it should describe something that idiots couldn't use, but people kept using it to mean the opposite.Cycle-safe?Cycle-parity? Just to signify that the needs of cyclists have been given equal weight to those of motorists (or pedestrians)AAA-grade cycle provision? (for All Ages and Abilities). Of course that rather suggests that people are working to a defined standard.
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