Updated 25 September 2017

It’s magic! Road safety show delivered to more than 100,000 primary pupils

A magic show which delivers road safety and sustainable travel messages to primary pupils across London is celebrating its fifth anniversary. More...


School-run parents encouraged to ‘ditch the car’

More than 100 schools in 18 boroughs are marking World Car Free Day today (22 Sept) by encouraging parents and carers to permanently substitute their car journeys to school for walking or cycling. More...


Harrow campaign reminds motorists to watch out for motorcyclists

Harrow Council has launched a new campaign following a recent spike in collisions involving powered two wheelers (P2W) at specific hotspots in the borough. More...


School pollution report highlights need to tackle vehicle emissions

The authorities must undertake ‘serious and coordinated action’ to protect the most vulnerable school children in London from air pollution, a new report has concluded. More...


Research suggests Santander Cycle users shun helmets

New research into cycling habits in the Capital suggests that as many as six in 10 Santander Cycle users fail to wear a cycle helmet. More...


PCN increase will improve road safety and congestion – TfL

TfL is consulting on plans to increase the cost of its Penalty Charge Notices (PCN) in an effort to help reduce congestion and improve road safety. More...


Your local road safety contacts


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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 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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