The end of apartheid?

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Matt1
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The end of apartheid?

Postby Matt1 » Fri 12 Jun 2020, 1:49 pm

An article arguing against separation of road users and for a greater understanding between them. I think there are deeper rifts which are not covered by the article, such as the problems of air pollution and climate change, which would suggest a need to demotorise our roads as a priority.

https://theconversation.com/drivers-v-cyclists-its-like-an-ethnic-conflict-which-offers-clues-to-managing-road-wars-139107

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Re: The end of apartheid?

Postby Mike.Ayling » Sat 13 Jun 2020, 8:59 am

Faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaark, they want $30 per month subscription for that newsletter.
Some cyclists are choking at the prospect of $8 per month for their Strava fix.

However the articles do not IMNSOH opinion cover any new ground.

And as for anti cyclist behaviour being more prevalent in the Antipodes I suggest that the authors read cycling forums in both the UK and USA including journals on Crazy Guy and Cycle Blaze.

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