Updated 12 December 2017

Wandsworth: winning poster reminds drivers to slow down

The winner of a school poster competition, which ran in Wandsworth as part of Road Safety Week 2017, will see his artwork displayed around the borough from March 2018. More...


Schools recognised as STARS of road safety

Schools from across London have been recognised for their work to promote active and safer travel, as part of the STARS schools programme. More...


Motorways and rural roads should have been included in new test - LRSC

The London Road Safety Council says more could be done to make sure the practical driving test is representative of modern day driving. More...


Wandsworth moves step closer to ‘ambitious’ e-motoring infrastructure

The prospect of electric vehicle charging points being installed on every residential street in Wandsworth has moved a step closer after councillors backed ‘ambitious plans for a major expansion in the borough’s e-motoring infrastructure’. More...


Campaign urges road users to ‘be brake ready’

A new campaign is urging drivers, bikers and cyclists in the City of London to be ready to react instantly in order to avoid a serious collision. More...


New plan paves way for more cycle parking and ‘car-free’ housing

New proposals to make cycling and walking an ‘easier and more convenient alternative’ to driving in London will be published by London’s mayor this week. More...


2Wheels London website re-launched

A website that provides information to help powered two wheeler (P2W) riders stay safe on London’s roads has been re-launched. More...


Your local road safety contacts


Contact details, campaigns and initiatives. More


LRSC Centenary

100 years of road safety in London – more


LRSC feature

What's life like as a lollipop lady?
The Londonist talks to SCPs in the London Borough of Hackney. More...

In my view!


Cllr Ian Wingfield

Cllr Ian Wingfield, the LRSC representative for Southwark, explains how his borough has championed the Community Road Watch scheme, as recently reported by the LRSC. More...

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