Driven to Excess Press

Coverage of the Driven to Excess Study:

Original Guardian Article-John Vidal

Guardian Comment is Free: Tim Gill

Daily Mail

Daily Telegraph

Mail on Sunday

Evening Standard/ London Lite

United Press International

Bristol Evening Post

Daily Mirror

Express India

The Hindu

Daily News and Analysis India

Motors Today

Press Association

Bristol Indymedia

BBC Web

University of the West of England Press Office

Utne Reader

Web India

Times of the Internet

HERO

The Scotsman

New Colonist

The Med Guru

Arcamax Publishing

Journalisted

Topix

Top News India

Marketwatch/ Wall Street Journal

Yahoo Tech

Metro

The Money Times

UTV Northern Ireland

Prince’s Foundation for Integrated Health

Congoo.com

News X

Drive 24

EmaxHealth, North Carolina

The Asian Age

Netmums

Tehran Times: Iran’s Leading International News Daily

Drive 24

Culture Change

Carbusters!

Local Transport Today

Venue Bristol

Transport Times

E-Democracy.org

Scenta – Nature and Environment News

Selkirk Weekend Advertiser

Landscape Design Trust

Harrogate Advertiser

Surveyor

Shropshire Star, Shrewsbury

Mediapoint

Daily Express

Liverpool Daily Post

Western Daily Press

Chester Evening Leader

Derby Evening Telegraph

Teletext

Radio

BBC Radio Bristol

BBC Radio Scotland

BBC Radio Wales

BBC Radio Three Counties (Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire)

Original Bristol Radio

GWR Radio

Star Radio

Total Kiss Radio Bristol

Bristol Community Radio

Blogs
A View from the Cycle Path

Neighbourhoods Blog

Bristol Traffic

Car Free with Kids

C-Questor Carbon Markets and Climate Change News

Organisations

Streets Alive

Living Streets

5 responses to “Driven to Excess Press

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  2. journalismfrombelow

    I’m trying to find a copy of the Driven to Excess report but the link doesn’t work anymore. Any ideas where I could get a copy from?

    http://www.livingstreets.org.uk/what_you_can_do/content/traffic.php

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