Updated 17 November 2017

Partnership approach raises compliance standards across the freight sector

An initiative which targets ‘dangerously non-compliant’ drivers, vehicles and operators on London’s roads has checked more than 33,000 HGVs and other commercial vehicles since its launch two years ago. More...


Family-friendly rides promote cycling in Westminster

Westminster Council is making use of the borough’s landmarks to provide a series of family-friendly, free-to-attend cycle rides led by experienced instructors. More...


Ealing: cycle safety ‘vital’ for Council

Ealing Council has moved to assure residents that improving the safety of cyclists is among its top priorities. More...


Plans to pedestrianise Oxford Street ‘hugely exciting’ – Sadiq Khan

‘Ambitious’ plans for the start of the pedestrianisation of Oxford Street, centred on ‘new world-class public spaces’, have been unveiled. More...


PTW theft and 'scooter enabled crime' down as Met adopts new approach

Between July and September 2017, there was a 25% reduction in the theft of powered two wheelers (PTWs) and a 24% decrease in scooter-enabled crime. More...


Cycle taxi service praised by transport minister

Transport minister Paul Maynard described Hackney Council’s ‘Ride Side by Side’ service as a ‘great innovation’ on a visit to the borough on 31 October. More...


Next generation Santander Cycles include new safety features

The next generation of Santander Cycles – which provide riders with increased handling, safety and comfort – have arrived in the Capital. More...


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LRSC Centenary

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

In my view!

Cllr Melvin Collins

Cllr Melvin Collins, the LRSC representative for Hounslow, explains how his borough has followed up the car seat/charity shop issue, recently brought up by Cllr Val Clark. 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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