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Who’s Driving the Anti-Motorist Bus Regarding BC Speed Limits?

Setting the record straight. by Ian Tootill [Revised for accuracy November 10, and again on November 15, 2018] During October in BC, the anti-motorist crowd of taxpayer-funded academic cycling advocates was hard at it again. This time they ran to the media waving a...

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ICBC papers by Richard McCandless

BC Policy Perspectives Commentary: Government Uses Public Survey to Justify Increased Penalties on Higher Risk Drivers (May 20, 2018) Occasional Paper No. 56: Should The Government Return The $1.2 Billion Appropriated From ICBC Policyholders? (Apr. 19, 2018)...

Arizona paper wants to have camera peer into your car at all times and have "AI" decide whether you deserve an automated ticket in the mail. It's all about the money.
The Vision Zero plan for Surrey: A virtue signalling utopian circle jerk, organized by a well oiled publicly funded machine, with all the usual suspects (see page 65), which will guarantee slower travel for automobiles and (much) higher hardships and costs for drivers. These are people who are being funded to manage to the mission "Even one death on our streets is too many". Pay attention, it's the blueprint for the war on cars.
Received a Speed on Green ticket? Email us the speed limit and the speed on your ticket. #photoradar2.0 #itsnotphotoradar
What’s the bet that many incredulous that their licenses are now in peril are some of the very same people that thought legal overreach was a good idea and that the law was meant for everyone else?
The timing around the re-release of this story, which is a year old now, is no accident. Ontario is trying a timid pilot project of 110 km/h on their series 400 highway. This timing and the one sided nature of it makes the CBC writer(s) more activists than journalists. Vision Zero believers, with the help of the CBC, are still peddling the fabrication that highway travel speeds are determined by the sign on the road. Watch for “Speed Kills Your Pocketbook 2: Lying with Statistics”.... coming soon!
"The City of Vancouver, which put forward the resolution, voted in favour of moving ahead with a pilot project to lower the speed limit on certain side streets from 50 kilometres an hour to 30 km/h.

“Increasingly, we’re finding with the lack of road space, more people are using our roads for things other than automobiles, and this opportunity to safely reduce street speeds to 30 km/h will have huge impacts on livability and life safety,” said Vancouver Coun. Pete Fry."

@City_Chilliwack Thanks for the reminder. I once had to remind a class 1 licenced driver that the left lane on a highway is for passing only, not driving on. I had to show him it says so in the book. Which is why driving defensively is the best practice. Bad drivers are bad drivers at any age!

Chicago: $1 billion in 10 years: The red-light camera haul - #scameras #photoradar

Drivers without BC licences face big ICBC hikes -

Transportation engineering panel says Beaverton red light camera critic is right

Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed: everything else is public relations.” – George Orwell

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