Updated 21 July 2017
100th LRSC AGM now in session
The London Road Safety Council is today (21 July) hosting its 100th AGM, with road safety officers and elected members from across the Capital gathering in Southwark for the event. More...
LRSC team supports Healthy City Streets Event
A team from the London Road Safety Council supported the Healthy City Streets event on 4 July, organised by the City of London Road Danger Reduction Team and the Active City Network. More...
Greenwich-based autonomous grocery delivery trial a ‘UK first’
The latest in a series of autonomous technology trials taking place in Greenwich saw groceries delivered across the borough – in what has been described as a UK first. More...
Hackney event allows pupils to showcase cycling skills
Nearly 1,000 school children from across Hackney took part in the 2017 Bike Around the Borough (BATB) – an event designed to show how fun, and easy, cycling can be. 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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