Ma­jor­ity rules

The London Free Press - - LETTERS -

the re­cent elec­tion was the cul­mi­na­tion of two years’ de­bate on what trans­porta­tion model was best for lon­don.

It’s time to pause and re­flect on how trans­porta­tion choices can be en­hanced for all lon­don­ers, with­out dis­ad­van­tag­ing the 80 per cent who are ve­hi­cle owners and spend­ing mil­lions for the one per cent us­ing bikes. All this while spe­cial needs Para­tran­sit users still have to book three days in ad­vance.

It is time to ex­am­ine the im­pact of new tech­nol­ogy on travel modes, which means less mov­ing of masses.

the sec­ond step is to en­sure cit­i­zens in­ter­ested in serv­ing on var­i­ous com­mit­tees, boards and com­mis­sions en­sure ben­e­fits for all lon­don­ers is max­i­mized not com­pro­mised. Progress is based on growth and need. Bill Brock Lon­don

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