- 12 Apr 2012
In case anyone is interested... I noticed a quote in this BBC article about cycling:
I thought I recognized the name - and it turns out it really is railforums member and regular contributor in these discussions jonmorris0844! Seems to me something of a minor achievement to be featured in a small way on BBC news! Although I gather that that what the BBC wrote is actually not exactly what he said so - before anyone jumps on the remarks - he has been slightly misquoted.BBC said:Jonathan Morris, from Hatfield, said he feels more at risk from cyclists than cars and would not like to see the police dropping fines.
"Cyclists are everywhere, can ride very fast and cause injuries because they dart all over the place and seem to show a disregard to pedestrians," he said.
"Cars and other motorised vehicles stay in the road and are mostly predicable - even when it comes to rushing through amber traffic lights."