Pedestrians feel like they own the road. Cyclists feel like they aren't looked after so they do what they want. Drivers have the vehicle, protection and speed so they will do as they please. All feel as if the roads were made for them. So who is the King of the Road?
The roads are not safe anymore. Too many people, too many bikes and a whole load of cars. With no one following any of the rules it makes it a dangerous environment. I've created this site to say what I like and today I am going to moan about people on the streets.
As well as cyclists, pedestrians are not guilt free either. The other week when running back from work I ran into another guy. That is just plain stupid from the both of us. Londoners more so are always in a rush and unfortunately are looking out for number one only. So what do we do? Cycle lanes? Running Lanes? 20mph zones?
My suggestion would be for specific lanes for different users. This will make things a lot clearer and safer for everyone. It may lead to more congestion for cars, but if it is safer then fine. The main thing for everyone is to use some common sense and not be so selfish. Because at the moment there is no King, just a lot of Jokers on the streets.