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Kim (@kim_harding)

Odd how it is always the road is too narrow to do what you propose. Often when you look at these roads you find that the carriageways are actually very wide and could be slimmed down so providing space. This may reduce the carrying capacity for motor vehicles, but would allow a modal shift to active travel. Thus reducing the need for short local journeys to be made without a motor vehicle. Sadly our transport planners mind set is solely fixated to motor vehicles (as is Keith Brown MSP). In the mean time Scotland remains the sickest nation in Europe due to a lack of exercise, and continues to miss its own CO2 targets.

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