Updated 23 March 2017

Walking Tube map extended to include Zone 3 stations

Transport for London has launched two extended versions of its Walking Tube map in an effort to help more people achieve higher levels of active travel. More...


TfL hosts London’s first ‘major’ walking conference

Transport for London has hosted its first major walking conference, organised to highlight the benefits that higher levels of walking can deliver for the Capital. More...


Line-up complete for Hackney Cycling Conference

The full agenda for the 2017 Hackney Cycling Conference, titled ‘Cycling as a catalyst for healthy neighbourhoods’, has been announced. More...


Coroner calls for ‘urgent’ review of cycle superhighways blue paint

A coroner has warned TfL over the dangers of the blue paint used on the Capital’s cycle superhighway (CS) network, stating that unless action is taken ‘there is a risk that future deaths will occur’. More...


London conference will focus on collision investigation

A conference taking place in Westminster next week will put the spotlight on road traffic investigations, and how the road safety sector can learn more from them. More...


Cycle Superhighways have ‘no significant impact’ on collision rates

A new report has found that the introduction of Cycle Superhighways in London has had no significant impact on collision rates, and concludes that Cycle Superhighways are ‘no more dangerous, or safer’ than other roads. More...


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Mobile phone penalties double - but will it be an effective deterrent?
Edward Seaman, LRSC's web editor, reviews the change in legislation and its potential to influence behaviour. More...

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