Two London-based speakers are the first to be confirmed for a conference that will look at the challenge of reducing collisions and casualties among young, inexperienced powered two wheeler riders.
Enfield Council has become the first local authority in the UK to fit purpose-built safety panels – designed to prevent fatal collisions with vulnerable road users – to its vehicle fleet.
Cyclists in Enfield are being asked to take part in a new scheme to highlight where improvements are needed along cycle lanes in the borough.
July 2018 was a record month for the Santander Cycle scheme – with more than 1.19m hires made across the Capital.
Transport for London (TfL) is inviting community groups to apply for grants to make cycling more accessible to people who may not otherwise ride a bike.
Authorities in London aim to ensure that walking is prioritised in every new infrastructure scheme, as part of Capital’s first Walking Action Plan.
People in Hackney are being encouraged to design new ‘mini-parks’, which will replace individual parking bays on streets across the borough.
The world’s largest mass participation festival of cycling returns to the Capital this weekend and TfL is encouraging Londoners to make the most of traffic-free streets.
New 20mph speed limits could be introduced across central London as part of plans to eliminate deaths and serious injuries on the Capital’s roads.
Croydon Council’s parking enforcement team has picked up the 2018 London Road Safety Award, in recognition of a scheme which creates temporary pedestrian zones outside schools.