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  • Cold, hard truthsBy comparison with the snow paralysis which hit North America at the beginning of February, and the conditions endured by much of Northern Europe... 29 January 2010
  • An honest relationshipConsider this: "the most important reform should be that of speed limits and the criteria by which they are set". And this: "a successful road safety... 31 July 2009
  • Going the distanceBack in 1982, the TV series Knight Rider was first aired. 29 May 2009
  • Coming round againA colleague of mine, Mike Woof, the Editor of World Highways magazine, recently attended an open day event at a major ITS research establishment, the... 31 March 2009
  • Theoretical limitsI'll take a punt that a few months ago not many outside those with some form of business or economics qualification had even heard of John Maynard... 30 January 2009
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