Suffolk Council Council as part of Transport East, who represent Suffolk, Norfolk, and Essex highways and transport authorities, are looking to reduce the carbon emissions of transport in the region. Here’s some of my ideas of what could be done to reduce the carbon emissions in the region. Local The majority of journeys people make… Continue reading Suffolk Looking to make Transport Carbon Neutral
Last month I was up in Edinburgh visiting family. Whilst on a wander I came across a crazy long crossing over the main road outside the Royal Infirmary Edinburgh. The 4 crossings took just under 5 minutes to cross with a button press at each crossing. I used the most direct crossing possible, following the… Continue reading 5 minutes and 4 crossing to cross the main road outside Royal Infirmary Edinburgh
For the next five months Shandwick Place in the west of the centre of Edinburgh is closed for work to move the utilities for when the trams are going to be introduced in a few years time. The council, TIE and Lothian Buses were quick enough to produce alternative routes for cars and buses, however… Continue reading OSM cycle map of Shandwick Place, Edinburgh diversion
Today is an election day in the Scotland. We are voting for new MSPs (Members of the Scottish Parliament) and local councillors. For the Scottish Parliament Constituency vote, the BBC is providing a free txt alert system. (Choose you constituency, then reply to a text message to confirm that you want the message). This year… Continue reading BBC giving free text alerts of the Scottish Parliament results
See http://cpol.edinburgh.gov.uk/getdoc_ext.asp?DocId=65425for the minutes of the meeting that the petition to get the 18 increased in frequency, increased hours and extended to Fort Kinnaird was handed in. It does not mention anywhere that a petition had been handed in!