Three London boroughs have stepped up efforts to help fleet managers switch to sustainable modes of transport, such as e-bikes.
Brent Council is encouraging residents to swap cars for spacehoppers and turn their streets into playgrounds in support of Car Free Day 2019.
Hackney Council has launched a new guide to help councils across the country introduce School Streets – which ban motor traffic outside schools at opening and closing times.
A report evaluating the first month of London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone has found that nearly three quarters of vehicles driving into the zone were compliant with the new standards.
Westminster City Council has launched its first School Street, with temporary road closures designed to encourage more pupils to walk and cycle to school.
Brent Council’s efforts to promote walking and cycling in the borough have been recognised at the 2019 London Transport Awards.
Riders across London have the chance to win a £100 gift voucher by answering two quick questions about their riding experience.
TfL is inviting people to have their say on two projects designed to boost to the Capital’s walking and cycling network.
A training course to provide road safety practitioners with the basic skills, knowledge and understanding to deliver a road safety intervention takes place in London next month.
An initiative to protect vulnerable road users in London from the ‘most dangerous’ heavy goods vehicles will launch in October, with enforcement to commence in 2020, TfL has confirmed.