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Ships and planes wipe out half emissions savings

We hear much about the pollution created by cars and lorries, but the growth in emissions from shipping and aviation will undo 43 per cent of the savings expected to be made by the rest of transport in Europe over the net 13 years. The result is that almost half the already-inadequate emissions savings expected in land transport will be…

HUMO human powered vehicles

The idea of travelling in an extremely small and lightweight vehicle that will not move without physical effort from its driver will seem outlandish to motorists who do little more than turn a key, but we are great fans of human powered vehicles (HPVs). These environmentally benign vehicles could have a transformative effect on the way we get about town…

ICON: The world’s smartest bicycle light

There are hundreds of bicycle lights from which to choose, but few as smart as the ICON. The light’s output of 190 lumens (2 x 95 lumens) is by no means the highest on the market, but the ICON reacts to your situation on the road, flashing brighter & faster at roundabouts, road junctions and to approaching car headlights. An…

Back on a Bike 2016

We are proud to be working in support of the Go Cycle project in Kingston, one of three councils in London to benefit from the TfL Mini Hollands grant. Kingston is using its share of the grant to make dramatic improvements for cyclists across the borough including segregated lanes and re-designed junctions as well as soft measures such as travel…

Cars to get zebra crossing projector

Cars of the near future will be equipped with their own zebra crossing projector, according to Mercedes. The German car maker has developed high-tech headlights that comprise one million pixels, each of which can be illuminated or dimmed independently. The car’s cameras and radar look out for other road users and then tailor the headlight beam accordingly. For example, the light would be dimmed…