• Don’t waste any time on the report or the Guardian article; the tl;dr seems to be

    • residential streets in London are diverse
    • LTNs are on residential streets, so a diverse set of residents benefit from them, therefore
    • There is no inequity of outcomes if an LTN is implemented

    That. Is. It.

    Myth busted.

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    I agree, the rather click-baitey link does not do what it says.

    The main argument seems to be that most people (including most poor people) live on residential streets. Except for the 1 in 10 that don't.

  • I thought I was going mad, but,

    The main argument seems to be that most people (including most poor people) live on residential streets. Except for the 1 in 10 that don't.

    Does seem to be 'it'.

    The article is utter shit. Proper Fake News type stuff. 'We' are better than this.

    Not sure about the study. Not sure they were looking for. But hardly an impartial disinterested source (which obviously isn't the real problem, but I lol'd at that, too).

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