London’s cycle hire scheme enjoyed a record-breaking start to 2017, with more than 600,000 journeys made in January.
London’s first full-time walking and cycling commissioner has launched ‘Healthy Streets for London’, an initiative designed to make the Capital’s streets healthier, safer and more welcoming.
A tyre company has been fined nearly £2,000 as part of an ongoing crackdown by Brent Trading Standards on the sale of illegal tyres.
Transport for London (TfL) has stressed to the Capital’s taxi drivers that they must abide by the new law on wheelchair users, or face prosecution.
Camden Council is piloting a scheme under which roads near schools are closed as children arrive and depart, in a bid to encourage more pupils to walk and cycle to school.
A London-based campaign group has staged its latest ‘die in’ protest, demanding that the Government increases spending to protect cyclists and pedestrians.
The first in a series of e-learning modules for elected members across London with an interest in and responsibility for road safety, is now live on the London Road Safety Council website.
A number of road safety teams across the Capital are deploying humour in an effort to raise awareness of road safety issues among children and parents, reports TransportXtra (6 Feb).
Road safety officers across London are invited to attend a one-day event in the Capital where the road marking industry’s latest safety and research and development initiatives will be showcased.
Almost 80% of drivers caught using their mobile phone during a week long national enforcement campaign in November were stopped by police officers in London.