A new multi-media advice service has been launched for those taking up or returning to cycling in order to make essential journeys during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new report is urging authorities in London to speed up the delivery of a ‘high-quality cycling network’ in order to transform the Capital into a city where active and sustainable travel becomes the ‘standard choice for everyday travel’.
The Government has confirmed it will consult on the use of e-scooters, as part of the ‘biggest review of transport laws in a generation’.
Road safety officers from across the Capital recently convened to share best practice and discuss the different elements of School Streets schemes.
A one-day conference organised by the London Road Safety Council to examine road safety in a changing world will now take place on 9 December.
Calling all London riders – what driving behaviours pose an immediate threat to your safety?
Transport for London has launched a new campaign to encourage more women to take up cycling.
More needs to be done to reduce everyday car journeys, make it safer to cycle and increase secure bike storage in the Capital.
Road safety professionals from across the UK will embark on the Capital later this year, for a one-day conference which focuses on reducing collisions and casualties on rural roads.
Central London’s long-awaited 20mph speed limits came into force on 2 March, a move designed to reduce road danger and increase levels of active travel.