PH wrote:Just to give one example - Where is the incentive to car share?
If we start with the idea that the only way to get to work is to drive, then that becomes reality.
Close to where the M4 meets the A4061, on the northern edge of Bridgend, every day an informal car park forms on a rough layby. Twenty or thirty cars. It is where people who have started their commute in their own car meet and leave a car behind as they complete their journey in a shared vehicle. This car park is completely informal, created by individuals finding their own better way of doing things. We should be providing positive incentives for this sort of thing, not coming up with punitive measures to punish people without regard to whether they have a real practical choice in how they get to work.