Police chief says rickshaws can't cope with wind

A Scottish police chief and Aberdeen city council's roads officials have objected to plans for two separate bicycle-rickshaw taxi services. Chief Inspector Mark McLaren believes the pedicabs will be a hazard because of sidewinds; the roads wonks are worried the rickshaws will lead to increased congestion in Aberdeen city centre.
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The pedicab plans will be considered by the city council’s licensing committee on Monday, reports The Scotsman.

Stan Barker, a courier from London, wants to operate a fleet of up to 20 rickshaws under the name "Cockneys" and Raymond Apedaile, a Fraserburgh engineer, hopes to run a fleet of five called "Pedal Pumpers".

Full story here: http://thescotsman.scotsman.com/scotland.cfm?id=13142005

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