Saturday, December 02, 2006
The Association of British Drivers is, unsurprisingly, against what looks like the increasingly likely introduction of road user charging in the UK. Instead it's calling for a number of alternatives including "incentives for homeworking and for moving closer to places of work" as well as "large scale studies into people`s transport needs and habits, done with the intention of facilitating people`s lives rather than justifying anti-car anti-transport policies." You can read more on this at their web site here.
Posted by alex johnson at 8:04 PM