LRSC has unveiled plans to deliver a three-year programme of training to elected members, following a successful funding bid to Transport for London (TfL).
TfL has been urged to call a halt to introducing more ‘floating bus stops’ until work to evaluate their safety is complete.
A conference taking place in London on 14 June will highlight innovation and good practice in the design and operation of safer vehicles.
TfL’s work to improve fleet safety will be one of the topics explored at the LRSC’s centenary conference, which takes place in January 2017.
Motorcycle training schools across London are being given the chance to earn accreditation by the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA), under a new scheme funded by Transport for London (TfL).
The London Borough of Newham recently organised a road safety campaign targeting fast food delivery riders, a group identified by TfL as ‘high risk’.
Members of the public can now sign up to take part in the UK’s first public autonomous vehicle trials, which are set to get underway later this year.
A new fleet safety device aimed at saving the lives of cyclists, pedestrians and other vulnerable road users is being trialled on London’s roads.
The LRSC’s centenary conference, which takes place in January 2017, will open with a brief look back at the history of road safety in London, before focusing on the issues that confront road safety professionals now and in the future.
The new mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has called for a ‘zero tolerance approach’ to road traffic casualties after his election success last week (5 May).