A calendar of upcoming road safety events taking place across London
Some of the events listed may be cancelled/postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
15 April 2020
UK Highways and Road Networks: Improving Standards and Connectivity
Organised by Inside Government • Central London
This event will see the Department of Transport and Highways England examine how local authorities can utilise the £198 million government funding to improve standards of connectivity across UK roads. More
19 May 2020
Young Driver Focus 2020
Organised by FirstCar, Road Safety GB and the RAC Foundation • RAC Club, Pall Mall
Young Driver Focus 2020 is targeted at road safety professionals seeking to learn more about young drivers; how they think and behave, and how to address the challenge of reducing casualties caused by this most vulnerable road user group. More
2 July 2020
Rural Roads: What are the dangers and how can we make them safer?
A one-day conference organised by Road Safety GB Events to be held at the Royal Automobile Club in London.
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20 September 2020
London Car Free Day
Car Free Day will return to the Capital in 2020, with more than 27km of roads set to close in a bid to reduce pollution and encourage active and sustainable modes of transport. The annual event is designed to help Londoners ‘reclaim’ their streets and reimagine their city car-free. More
22 September 2020
PTW riders: improving safety and reducing collisions and casualties
Organised by Road Safety GB in partnership with the DfT • RAC Club, Pall Mall, London
This one-day conference will focus on reducing casualties among powered two wheeler riders. Key stakeholder organisations in the PTW sector have been invited to present at the conference and outline what they are doing to help reduce collisions and casualties among riders – and what they think road safety practitioners should be doing to achieve the same aim.
9 December 2020
Road safety in a changing world
Organised by the London Road Safety Council • Guildhall, London
The conference will cover the gig economy, micro mobility and the future of road safety education. It is primarily intended for local authority road safety officers and elected members with an interest in road safety, police and fire & rescue officers, highways engineers, academics and road safety practitioners from the private sector. More