The latest blog post for 2Wheels London explores the many reasons why people ride motorcycles.
People living, working and/or studying in Greenwich can now borrow an e-bike for only £10 a month, as part of a scheme to improve air quality and get people active.
Anderson Truzzi from Stoke Newington in Hackney is the winner of a competition organised by 2Wheels London over the autumn months.
TfL has launched the final public consultation on an initiative to remove the ‘most dangerous’ heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) from the Capital’s roads.
The London Road Safety Council is hosting a one-day course next month to help those delivering road safety activities, including cycle and pedestrian training, to carry out risk assessments.
London’s cycle hire scheme achieved a record-breaking year with more than 10.5m journeys made using Santander Cycles in 2018.
The number of school crossing patrols funded by Hounslow Council has fallen by more than 90% in the last five years – the largest decline in Great Britain – new BBC figures show.
TfL is to launch a ‘unified, London-wide cycle network’ in 2019, merging the two existing Cycle Superhighway and Quietway brands.
The findings of a study which looked at current and future road safety education training and publicity provision across London were presented to a national audience last month.
A programme which provides road danger and active travel education for pre-school children and their families across London has been recognised with a prestigious global award.