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 providing a forum to discuss road safety issues, delivering projects and promoting resources and publicity materials.
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. Full Council meetings take place quarterly in January, April, July and October, and the Annual General Meeting and Annual Conference take place in July each year.
The London Road Safety Council (at the time known as the London Accident Prevention Council) initiated the voluntary accident prevention movement in Great Britain in 1916. Read more about our history.
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