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Teji Barnes appointed new LRSC chair

Cllr Teji Barnes has been appointed as the new chair of the London Road Safety Council.

20 August 2018 | More...


Young rider event to have London focus

Two London-based speakers are the first to be confirmed for a conference that will look at the challenge of reducing collisions and casualties among young, inexperienced powered two wheeler riders.

15 August 2018 | More...

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Panels improve fleet safety in Enfield

Enfield Council has become the first local authority in the UK to fit purpose-built safety panels – designed to prevent fatal collisions with vulnerable road users – to its vehicle fleet.

09 August 2018 | More...


Santander Cycles celebrate 8th anniversary with record month

July 2018 was a record month for the Santander Cycle scheme – with more than 1.19m hires made across the Capital.

07 August 2018 | More...

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Cycle scheme targets ‘under-represented’ groups

Transport for London is inviting community groups to apply for grants to make cycling more accessible to people who may not otherwise ride a bike.

02 August 2018 | More...

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London to become ‘world’s most walkable city’

Authorities in London aim to ensure that walking is prioritised in every new infrastructure scheme, as part of Capital’s first Walking Action Plan.

30 July 2018 | More...



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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. 

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LRSC Centenary
100 years of road safety in London

100 years of road safety in London

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About the London Road Safety Council

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.

The London Road Safety Council's aim is to reduce these needless casualties by producing and promoting resources and publicity materials and providing a forum to discuss road safety issues.

The Council is unique in London in that it has a membership of elected council members and professional road safety officers from the London boroughs. Transport for London (TfL) and other stakeholders, including the Metropolitan Police and City of London Police forces, are also represented.

More about the London Road Safety Council.

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