Updated 21 February 2018

Barnet considers ‘floating’ car clubs

Barnet Council is consulting on plans to introduce floating car club schemes, as part of wider efforts to improve access to transport across the borough. More...


Santander Cycles arrive in Brixton

The Santander Cycles scheme has been extended to Brixton, making cycling ‘easier and more accessible’ for thousands more Londoners. More...


Bus campaign reminds road users to ‘Be Brake Ready’

More than 140 buses driving through the Square Mile are providing a visual reminder for drivers and riders to look out for pedestrians, as part of an ongoing campaign by the City of London Corporation. More...


More than 80% of drivers sticking to Wandsworth’s new 20mph limits

The majority of motorists are complying with Wandsworth’s borough-wide 20mph limit, early monitoring suggests. More...


Safety scheme keeping cleaner trucks off London’s roads – FTA

The mayor of London is scuppering efforts to reduce pollution in the Capital by rushing through an ‘ill-considered’ road safety scheme, says the Freight Transport Association. More...


London remains Europe’s second most congested city

London has been named as the UK’s most congested city for the tenth consecutive year, with drivers spending an average of 74 hours stuck in traffic during peak in 2017. More...


1,500 offences recorded during week-long operation

A joint operation between the Metropolitan Police and Transport for London has resulted in more than 1,500 road users being caught for traffic offences. 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 Ian Wingfield

Cllr Ian Wingfield, the LRSC representative for Southwark, explains how his borough has championed the Community Road Watch scheme, as recently reported by the LRSC. More...

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