beetroot wrote:lol nasty !!Why do thick people insist on believing in the existence of road rax?
boroughpaul wrote:As has been covered already in the discussion:Agreed that many BorisBikers are damned near suicidal but Guy's street's point about paying ("nobody else does") is completely wrong...drivers pay road tax, congestion charge and ridiculously high taxes on fuel.Cyclists pay nothing...that being the case some common sense and obedience to the laws of the road isnt much to ask for is it?
james127 wrote:I'd be in favour of this, IF:Cyclists should be allowed to run red lights when it's safe for them to do so -- that's the law in Paris. ...
EleanorT wrote:You also don't get people (on bikes and in cars) speeding up when the light goes amber just to get through before it goes red.
Heard an interesting report this week on the radio about how junctions without any lights are generally shown to be safer, as users are generally necessarily more aware of what's going on around them.
southwarkSimon wrote:Speaking as one of the "responsible" push bikers I would welcome a registration scheme. It makes me as angry as you to see people disregarding the laws of the road. I want London to be a more cycle friendly city but that won't happen as long as the idiots stir up bad feeling in other road users. It's often the "newbies" and Boris bike riders who are the worst.
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