Updated 26 August 2016

Some roads ‘more dangerous’ as a result of 20mph limits

The ‘blanket’ 20mph speed limit in Tower Hamlets has made some roads more dangerous, according to a councillor in the borough. (The Wharf). More...


London bus trial seeks to ease congestion

Real-time traffic information is being displayed on the back of buses in London as part of ‘a world first’ trial by Transport for London. More...


24-hour bus service gives more options to late night travellers

TfL has announced eight new 24-hour bus services will come into force from tonight (19 August) to ensure those travelling in the early hours of the morning have easy options to get home. More...


Redbridge Council among contenders for Fleet Safety Award

The London Borough of Redbridge is among the contenders for Brake’s Fleet Safety Awards 2016, which will be presented on 29 September. More...


TfL to announce proposals to reduce HGV blind spots

Transport for London is set to announce a number of proposals designed to improve visibility for HGV drivers. (Evening Standard). 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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