SUV's - cities, public spaces and regulation
I know it’s shit for some people, and this probably doesn’t make people rethink their choices, but I dislike the SUVs round my way so am a little happy to see this
Laughed out loud a little, bless.
Quite a lot of outrage
We are consulting on proposals to expand the Ultra Low Emission Zone
(ULEZ(External link)) London-wide on 29 August 2023. We want to hear
your views on our proposals. These proposals are part of the
commitment by the Mayor of London and TfL to help improve air quality
and public health, tackle the climate emergency and reduce traffic
congestion across Greater London.
It doesn't jump out but there is a survey at the bottom..
Palace t shirt, could be anyone on here
Bontrager track pump spotted. Clearly a Trek owner and an awful human
tag still on !
I love these guys. Direct action ftw.
She said: “We have to function! Even if you want to go back to the original times of Romans and Vikings, we need to be able to move around!
I've upgraded to a tank so good luck getting at my tyres
That vehicle does look just the ticket for nipping around those tight SE streets and dropping the kids off... :(
TIL That at some point we could have had a £25 congestion charge for larger vehicles, on here actually - https://www.lfgss.com/conversations/132286/
Feel free to rebalance this fair fuel UK survey with the usual leading questions, this one trying to poorly frame LTN/similar schemes as money making, etc.
I have been asked by thousands of supporters to challenge more and
more of the un-consulted and needless Low Emission Zones in dozens of
cities across the UK. More and more local authorities are making it
harder to drive in and around our cities. Traffic controls, punitive
charges and restrictions are springing up on a regular basis. It is
difficult to know what the local council motives really are. We can