I drove the car on the weekend and loved it. It shrunk the distance to our destination, kept us together, keeping warm, and was convenient for getting us back from the party. So what’s the problem with having a car in London?
Perhaps there isn’t one, but there is a growing concern about sharing the road and congestion in our Capital. Most cyclists I know also know how to drive, but don’t choose to use their motorised vehicle because it’s not the always the most effective means to get around.
Yet, it’s hard to visualise what this means in congestion terms. Here’s one great way at looking at it…
Keeping it Fresh
On the weekend I came across Anthony Lau’s practical combination of design with a message. The bike rack that secures 10 bikes plus a bicycle pump takes the room of only a single parked car:
I enjoy driving the car, but this city was made for cycling. Enjoy both!
Further posts of interests: Why The Bike Hate?
Featured Image by Denis Yeo