TfL has published a new handbook giving all companies who want to do work on London’s roads ‘clear guidance and innovative ideas’ on how to keep people safe around roadworks.
With less than a month until the central London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) becomes operational, TfL is reminding drivers to check their vehicles are compliant.
Motorists in Brent are being urged to think twice about buying part-worn tyres, following recent convictions of retailers found to be selling dangerous and illegal tyres.
Boroughs across London have been awarded funding to create new walking and cycling infrastructure and pedestrian crossings.
The UK’s first 3D zebra crossing – designed to give the impression that passing vehicles are about to drive over a ramp – has been installed in Westminster.
The Government is being urged to investigate whether there is a connection between the removal of pedestrian crossings and an increase in speeding vehicles.
Construction of a new 3.5km cycle route in west London – which includes a new two-way track separated from traffic and pedestrians – is set to get underway next month.
Three more London boroughs have signed up to 2Wheels London, reinforcing their commitment to improving the safety of powered two wheeler riders (PTW) in their local area.
The ‘Mini-Holland’ cycle lane schemes funded by TfL have created ‘real distress’ for blind and disabled people, a charity has said.
A borough-wide 20mph limit is set to be introduced in Richmond, subject to final council approval.