Tag Archive for 'road congestion'

The daily Guernsey commute to work

July 7th, 2010 by Gerald

The start to the day is always slow with much tripping over each others feet as we try and find space in the kitchen to break the overnight fast. Sipping scalding tea, cold milk splashed into a bowl of cereal, toast, and marmalade and a garlic pill to encourage the heart to push blood a […]

How does one reduce traffic congestion on Island roads?

June 14th, 2010 by Richard Lord

Many Guernsey residents believe that one of the irritations of island life is the traffic congestion faced during the morning and afternoon rush hour.  Traffic congestion occurs when parents take their children to and from school and when business people drive in and out of St Peter Port.  Long queues of cars can form along […]

Is paid parking right for Guernsey?

February 9th, 2009 by Adam Greenfield

For more than 70 years, most of the developed world has used paid parking to improve congestion, land use, air quality, the economy, and the environment. Transport advocate Adam Greenfield explains why Guernsey deserves not to be left out of the benefits of paid parking. Can paid parking work for Guernsey?