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Updated 30 September 2016

Mayor sets out measures to rid London of dangerous lorries

Sadiq Khan has announced ‘ground-breaking proposals’ for a new safety standard designed to remove the most dangerous heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) from the Capital’s roads. More...

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‘State-of-the-art’ sensor technology installed on Hackney’s buses

Hackney Council’s new fleet of wheelchair accessible buses have been fitted with ‘state-of-the-art’ sensor technology which can detect cyclists and warn drivers. More...

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Road users must end ‘turf war’ – James Cracknell

London Road Safety Council President James Cracknell has called for road users to end their ‘turf war’ to help improve safety on the Capital’s roads. More...

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Boroughs to benefit from new cycling and walking investment

Walkers and cyclists in the London Boroughs of Kingston, Hackney and Croydon are set to benefit from new schemes in their respective areas. More...

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More speakers confirmed for LRSC centenary conference

The agenda for the London Road Safety Council’s centenary conference is taking shape with two further presentations added to the schedule. More...

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School gate parking problems - what’s the answer?
Councillor Val Clark, calls for 20mph limits and cameras to enforce ‘zig-zags’. More...

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A one-day conference in central London to mark the centenary of the London Road Safety Council. More...

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