The London Road Safety Council has unveiled plans to stage a one-day conference in central London to mark its centenary in January 2017.
All new buses across London are to be fitted with speed-limiting technology in a bid to improve road safety in the capital.
Liz Brooker puts things in perspective.
A new £20m fund is to be established by TfL to help develop new road safety and autonomous vehicle technologies for use in the capital.
The London Assembly Transport Committee says Transport for London (TfL) is ‘under pressure’ over the rising number of motorcycle deaths in the Capital.
Two recently published surveys highlight a fear of injury as a deterrent to potential commuter cyclists – and strong support among the public for better cycling infrastructure.
TfL’s spending on cycling will fall by ‘scores of millions’ by 2021/22, according to figures obtained by the Green Party’s Darren Johnson. (Transport Network)
Four ‘innovative’ schemes intended to transform streets in London have been awarded grants in an effort to help alleviate the pressures on the Capital’s transport network.
Officers from the London Road Safety Council (LRSC) delivered a refresher training session during the spring half term holiday for School Crossing Patrols (SCPs) working for two London Boroughs.
TRL (Transport Research Laboratory) has launched a real world ‘Living Lab’ environment where connected and automated vehicles (CAVs), services and processes can be safely developed, evaluated and integrated within the local community.