Updated 21 July 2017

100th LRSC AGM now in session

The London Road Safety Council is today (21 July) hosting its 100th AGM, with road safety officers and elected members from across the Capital gathering in Southwark for the event. More...


Croydon to trial school pedestrian zones

Pedestrian zones will be introduced at three schools in Croydon as part of a six-month trial designed to encourage parents and children to walk more. More...


Santander Cycles extended to Brixton

The Santander Cycles scheme will expand to Brixton later this year, making cycling ‘easier and more accessible’ for thousands more Londoners. More...


LRSC team supports Healthy City Streets Event

A team from the London Road Safety Council supported the Healthy City Streets event on 4 July, organised by the City of London Road Danger Reduction Team and the Active City Network. More...


Greenwich-based autonomous grocery delivery trial a ‘UK first’

The latest in a series of autonomous technology trials taking place in Greenwich saw groceries delivered across the borough – in what has been described as a UK first. More...


Hackney event allows pupils to showcase cycling skills

Nearly 1,000 school children from across Hackney took part in the 2017 Bike Around the Borough (BATB) – an event designed to show how fun, and easy, cycling can be. More...


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LRSC Centenary

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Val Clark car seat

Highlighting the dangers of second hand child car seats to local communities
Cllr Val Clark, former LRSC chair, outlines the importance of highlighting the dangers of second hand child car seats to local communities. More...

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