Tag Archives: transport

A chicken or an egg? Behaviour change vs. a new Forth Bridge

Yesterday, during the Q&A following my presentation to the Scottish Government’s ‘What works in behaviour change’ conference, I flunked a question about the contentious plans for a new Forth road bridge (or the Forth Replacement Crossing as it is officially known). The question related to whether it is right for a government to exhort the public to [...]

A car half full, a bus half empty?

Found an interesting article on a Canadian ruling against a car-pooling company, here. While I generally err on the side of most of the commenters (i.e. the ruling is total madness) it does raise an interesting question. If car-sharing grows, where will it grow from? Will people transfer from their own cars, or see car [...]