L3Spoke wrote:I take that as a NO ? Disappointing. I think it is fair and the best path to win.
I totally agree, but I think we should do this in alliance with pedestrian advocacy groups.
Wouldn't it be powerful if cyclists and pedestrians both advocated being licenced!?! We should also remember that walking causes damage when you add up the amount of people who walk.
And sorry for being a bit of a dreamer, imagine if you had compulsory helmets for pedestrians. Surely it's reasonable for pedestrians to do a short competency test before licensing and it makes total sense for us, when using our feet for transport, to wear a helmet.