On 8 June, the United Kingdom will head to the polls once more, electing a new Government to lead the country. The London Road Safety Council’s editorial team has delved into the manifestos of each of the main political parties (the SNP has yet to publish its manifesto – and our analysis will therefore follow) to […]
As of today (22 May), vehicle access to the City of London’s Bank junction is now limited to buses and cyclists, Monday to Friday (7am to 7pm), for a period of up to 18 months.
With a week until the deadline, the London Road Safety Council (LRSC) has issued a final call for nominations for its annual road safety award.
Living Streets is calling on urban authorities to prioritise making school walking routes safer, after publishing new figures which show that 30% of parents living in the UK’s biggest cities believe their city is ‘too unsafe’ for children to walk to school.
Parliamentarians worldwide are being urged to support a new manifesto, which has been launched to highlight the measures that can be taken to improve road safety across the globe.
Working in partnership with the Road Safety GB Academy, Hackney Council is to host a training course for road safety professionals in July 2017.
More than 2,000 obstructions have been removed from the Capital’s pavements as part of an initiative designed to ensure that pavements are kept free from ‘clutter’ that could cause injury to pedestrians.
Road safety teams and stakeholders across the Capital are preparing for UN Global Road Safety Week 2017, which gets underway on Monday.
Presentations from last week’s Hackney Cycling Conference, which attracted more than 200 delegates, are now available to download via the Hackney Council website.
Rapid charge points that power electric vehicles in 30 minutes are to be installed across the Capital over the next three years.