A search prompted by Road Safety Week 2016 has unearthed a number of fascinating road safety films that ‘focus on the capital’s chaotic roads and attempts to control them’.
A number of road safety teams and stakeholders across London are organising events as part of 2016 Road Safety Week and throughout the week we are publishing details of activities being staged across the Capital.
An ‘inspirational’ lollipop lady has seen her 42 years of exemplary service recognised by Bexley Council.
Delegates at the London Road Safety Council’s Centenary Conference will hear how road safety is being incorporated into public realm improvements being delivered by Westminster Council.
4,000 Santander Cycles have been fitted with ‘innovative’ Blaze Laserlights in an effort to make riders more visible and increase their confidence on the roads.
34 schools across London have seen their efforts to champion active and safe travel recognised by Transport for London (TfL).
A London-based campaign group has staged a ‘die in’ protest in memory of a cyclist who was killed after a collision with a HGV.
The first driverless cars will arrive in London later this month as part of an £8m research project based in Greenwich.
The South London family behind Lillian’s Law, the campaign which helped pave the way for the introduction of a specific drug-driving offence, has been recognised with a Pride of Britain Award.
Liz Brooker, road safety & sustainable transport manager at Lewisham Council, was at Buckingham Palace yesterday (27 Oct) to receive the MBE she was awarded in the 2016 Queens Birthday Honours.