Car Free Day will return to the Capital later this year, with more than 27km of roads set to close in a bid to reduce pollution and encourage active and sustainable modes of transport.
Work to make walking and cycling safer in Hackney – including a new Cycleway – is set to begin this spring.
The latest phase of Ealing Council’s 20mph roll out will come into effect from 1 March, impacting roads in the north of the borough. Following successful pilots elsewhere in the borough, all council-operated roads the northern borough boundary through to Ruislip Road will be subject to the 20mph limit. Ealing Council is currently in the […]
Lambeth Council has praised Specsavers for its ‘invaluable’ support, following a donation of hi-vis jackets to a primary school in the borough.
The Capital’s riders are once again being encouraged to join the fight against scooter related crime by reducing the risk of their bike being stolen.
Thousands more schoolchildren from across the Capital will benefit from cycle training, thanks to the expansion of the Bikeability scheme.
London mayoral candidates are being challenged to make walking the ‘easiest and safest option’ for everyday journeys.
Pupils attending an infants school in Barking and Dagenham have seen their school crossing patrols reinstated, thanks to support from the London Road Safety Council.
TfL has praised the Capital’s fleet operators for fitting ‘vital safety features’ to their HGVs, in preparation for the introduction of its ‘world-leading’ safety standard.
Electric scooters could soon become commonplace on the Capital’s roads and cycle lanes, as the Government considers legalising their use.