Transport for London (TfL) is using ‘innovative’ data analysis to identify where the next generation of cycling provision could make the biggest impact on the Capital.
The Mayor of London has published his first draft Transport Strategy, setting out ‘ambitious’ plans to reduce car use across the Capital.
Kingston Council has launched a public consultation on two new active travel routes in the borough, seeking feedback on plans to improve cycling facilities, road safety and public spaces.
Hackney Council has ‘reaffirmed its commitment to improving London’s air quality’ by outlining plans to encourage the use of electric vehicles in the borough.
A Transport for London (TfL) consultation, which seeks views on plans to create a more ‘pedestrian-friendly’ environment on Oxford Street, ends this Sunday (18 June).
A one-day conference, designed to help create a harmonious road environment in the City of London, will now take place on 4 July at the Guildhall.
A leading independent transport consultancy is calling for a greater focus on motorcycling when roads are being planned and designed. (Transport Network)
Working in partnership with the Road Safety GB Academy, Hackney Council is to host a media training course for road safety professionals in September 2017.
The London Road Safety Council (LRSC) was represented at a recent garden party, hosted at Buckingham Palace, to mark 100 years since the formation of the Royal Society for Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).
Bexley’s school crossing patrols (SCPs) took to the Broadway in Bexleyheath on 25 May to promote their ‘Stop Means Stop’ campaign.