Road safety teams across the Capital are gearing up for Road Safety Week 2018 which gets underway on 19 November.
The future of a new road safety and sustainable travel project, which has the backing of Kingston Council, remains in the balance as its crowdfunding campaign draws to a close.
New plans to develop Oxford Street will not ‘decisively reduce motor traffic in the area’, according to the London Cycling Campaign.
Hounslow Council has launched a public consultation as a first step towards prohibiting engine idling across the borough.
While there are some excellent staff deployed on work which includes road safety, these days there are fewer staff with dedicated road safety roles.
A one-day conference – being held today (2 Nov) and organised by the London Road Safety Council – will examine the future of road safety in the Capital.
The City of London Corporation has published plans for a pilot scheme that would allow only ultra-low emission vehicles on a prominent road within the Square Mile.
Cyclists in the Square Mile have been provided with free lights as part of a new road safety initiative in the City of London.
One of the UK’s leading parcel delivery companies has opened the UK’s first all-electric parcel depot in Westminster.
The City of London Corporation has unveiled new plans to tackle air quality, road danger and congestion – including the introduction of a 15mph speed limit across the Square Mile.