107 new CCTV cameras have been switched on at schools across Hillingdon under an initiative designed to monitor motorists’ behaviour and keep children safe as they travel to and from school.
A new study by a group of Australian researchers has concluded that road networks in busy cities such as London are not conducive to higher levels of walking and cycling.
Sadiq Khan has announced ‘ground-breaking proposals’ for a new safety standard designed to remove the most dangerous heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) from the Capital’s roads.
Hackney Council’s new fleet of wheelchair accessible buses have been fitted with ‘state-of-the-art’ sensor technology which can detect cyclists and warn drivers.
London Road Safety Council President James Cracknell has called for road users to end their ‘turf war’ to help improve safety on the Capital’s roads.
Walkers and cyclists in the London Boroughs of Kingston, Hackney and Croydon are set to benefit from new schemes in their respective areas.
The agenda for the London Road Safety Council’s centenary conference is taking shape with two further presentations added to the schedule.
The second LRSC training event for elected members will see the launch of a new scheme under which CCTV cameras will be installed at the entrance of every school in Hillingdon.
The London Cycling Campaign is encouraging commuters across the capital to get involved in Cycle to Work Day 2016, which takes place this coming Wednesday (14 September).
The ‘world’s first free urban cycle scheme’, which gives users a free bike in return for riding it, launches in London next month with 200 bikes available.