1. Anonymous
    May 23, 2014 @ 8:37 pm

    And has anybody asked Kensington and Chelsea what they plan
    to do about it ?

  2. Anonymous
    May 23, 2014 @ 8:39 pm

    And has anybody asked Kensington and Chelsea what they plan
    to do about it ?

  3. Warfor Oiladdict
    January 20, 2015 @ 1:11 am

    Anonymous – get your rear end on a bike, on all but the wettest and most bitterly-cold days – then you can point the finger at the council. What are they supposed to do – take away precious motor-vehicle space, to provide cycle paths? Why not? Compulsorily-purchase one side of a street, to knock it down to make space? Another option – all of these political suicide. So all we can do is cycle and support cyclists until there is enough political awareness to see what lengths are worth going to (if any) to support mass cycling and the increase in quality of urban environment that inevitably results.
    Amazing how people refuse to support cycling, even when the evidence is there for all to see.

    “Londoners are faced with only two choices: to leave London for a cleaner place,or to act to reduce the pollution emissions that we generate, both individually and collectively.”

    Now can we stop abusing cyclists and start spending as much if not more on them as for motor cars?
    Investment in cycling, which is basically non-existent in the UK is a cost/benefit WIN, unlike the latter polluting vehicles. You know, those smelly ones that just got a £10s-of-billion investment from Dave Cameron?
    Nothing hippy or overly-ideological in sight, here, cycling pays-off for EVERYONE. So should back it.
    Get on it, your children and grandchildren will thank you!