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Hackney children gear up for annual cycling event

Around 1,000 children from schools across Hackney are expected to saddle up and take part in an annual cycling event on 28 June.

20 June 2018 | More... 

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Barnet pilots dockless bike hire scheme

Barnet Council has selected Irish firm Urbo to trial a dockless bike hire scheme in the borough.

18 June 2018 | More... 

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London’s road users experiencing fear

A quarter of drivers and cyclists fear for their own safety when taking to the Capital’s roads, according to a new study.

15 June 2018 | More... 

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Event will celebrate cycling in Westminster

A mini-velodrome is among the main attractions of a one-day event taking place on Sunday (17 June) to celebrate cycling in Westminster.

13 June 2018 | More... 

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Report calls for PTWs to be exempt from ULEZ charges

There is a ‘strong case’ for older powered two wheelers (PTWs) to be exempt from London’s forthcoming ULEZ charges, according to a new report.

12 June 2018 | More... 

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Mayor and council clash as plans to pedestrian Oxford Street are shelved

Westminster Council has pulled the plug on plans to pedestrianise Oxford Street, a move described by Sadiq Khan as a ‘betrayal’.

08 June 2018 | More... 



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It is likely that around 28,000 people will be injured on roads in the Greater London Area this year, some 3,000 of whom will be killed or seriously injured.

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