We can now see what the impact of has been of the police decision to turn off Oxfordshire’s speed cameras.
Here’s what we could gain by reducing the speed limit.
Government ministers have declared an end to hostilities that never begun.
The Conservative war on road safety has begun
Before the UK commissions a high speed rail network, we should ask ourselves some big questions.
Has our society become too complex to sustain?
I meet the mayor of London and have a good old ding-dong
As BA reports massive losses, isn’t it time to scrap the airport expansion programme?
Pay drivers to scrap their cars? We might as well burn ten-pound notes in power stations.
In the fifth and final interview in the first series of fierce encounters with policy makers, I give the chief executive of easyJet the third degree.
How did Marxist class warriors end up fighting for the bosses’ right to fly?
Dr Beeching helped turn the country I’ve come to love into an outpost of empire. Now his legacy can be reversed.
Another set of corporations is pressing for public money. Governments should let them die.
Is the airship a viable alternative to jet travel?
A new generation of biofuels turns out to be another environmental disaster
The anti-speed camera campaign is based on junk science.
Biofuels could kill more people than the Iraq war.
The climate camp at Heathrow is materially different from protests that have taken place in Britain before.
Though the government is planning a massive expansion of transport networks, it has never considered this question.
We need a global campaign for road safety, but not one controlled by the motor industry.