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We are collecting short articles related to Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and road use in Towns and cities.  Feel free to browse.

Building Design - 20 October 2020  - David Rudlin

Low-traffic neighbourhoods might sound like a good idea, but we should be wary of just jumping on the bandwagon, David Rudlin writes. [Short Read] 

The Spectator - 24 October 2020 - Griff Rhys Jones

London's war on motorists isn't helping anybody [Short Read]

A view from the CyclePath - 24 August 2019 - David Hembrow

The car-free myth. The Netherlands is a great country to live in if you're car-free, but it's a very long way from being a car-free country. Dutch car ownership and use are at an all time high. A myth has grown up about the Dutch being enthusiastic cyclists who live in green cities and rarely drive. In reality, the majority of journeys are made by motorized vehicles and people who live car-free are in a small and shrinking minority. [Long Read]

LBWF, Mini Holland, and air quality: the King's College Environmental Research Group report and its frailties - Nick Tiratsoo: April 9, 2020 [Long Read]

Islington Now - Islington's most unpopular street:    Ethan Blackshaw - 19th November 2020. 

Prebend Street is home to the most complained about low-traffic neighbourhood (LTN) measure in Islington

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