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» Highways Agency Civil Service Safety Wisdom from BreckonWorld.com
Today’s topic seems to be traffic so I thought I’d add a few thoughts of my own. Today Philipp Schumann wrote a post linking to some videos showing unregulated traffic in India. That post made Gavin Bowman post about what happened in his town aft... [Read More]
» Traffic chaos from The Obligatory Blog
A post on Philipp Schumann's blog this morning reminded me of a local situation. Here's what I posted in his comments. After we had a flood in our city, there was no power to some important traffic signals for quite some time. It was noticed tha... [Read More]
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