Tag Archive for 'transportation policy'

If Guernsey followed Copenhagen’s bicycle policy the quality of island life would improve

May 3rd, 2011 by Richard Lord

Free parking is a bizarre anomaly in today’s world

February 27th, 2009 by Jo

At last, a flash of realism and good, down-to-earth common sense from an intelligent and thoughtful politician. John Gollop’s proposed amendment to the paid parking issue, suggesting a 50 pence her hour charge for all parking spaces throughout Guernsey, shows he is determined to solve the traffic problem in the quickest, most cost-effective way. The […]

Free parking is a key factor which encourages Guernsey to be so car reliant

February 23rd, 2009 by Rosie

The Guernsey Environment Department’s lack of enthusiasm for any paid parking scheme is evidenced in a telling comment they have included in the February 2009 Billet. “It has been argued that the introduction of paid parking diminishes Guernsey’s unique identity and character.” Do they not see that free parking, along with cheap fuel, have been […]