How will we get around?
- With all due respect Todd, the BBC survey is not simply "superficial"
-- it is, as Simon has so carefully pointed out, just awful. So old, so
tired, such awful long-disproven ideas. So far out of the loop. Hey,
it's 2004 and the only game in town at this point is Sustainable
Mobility, Sustainable Transportation or whatever you chose to call it.
For those of you who care to dig into the issues from this perspective I
invite you to have a look at the New Mobility Agenda at
http://newmobility.org <http://newmobility.org/> , which is the sort of
thing that the hurried and really sadly ignorant author should have
looked at and done. But hey, he was doubtless in a hurry, and what the
hell anyway. Eh?
And so it goes,
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