Cllr Teji Barnes, chair of the LRSC, recently attended a RoadPeace ceremony to mark World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims.
With Road Safety Week 2019 now in full flow, local authorities and police forces across the Capital are placing extra emphasis on improving the safety of all road users.
Nearly a third of drivers claim to have experienced a collision or near miss in the past year, a new survey published to mark the start of UK Road Safety Week suggests.
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Projects which can ‘demonstrate a clear road safety benefit to the wider community’ – at a regional or national level – are being encouraged to apply for a grant of up to £10,000.
A one-day event taking place in the City of London later this month will discuss how to make central London a better place for walking and cycling.
Hackney Council is pressing ahead with plans to ban motor traffic outside all primary schools in the borough at opening and closing times.
A new standard to protect vulnerable road users from the ‘most dangerous’ heavy goods vehicles by minimising blind spots has officially launched in London.
The latest phase of an ongoing trial is hoping to contribute towards the development of safe, self-driving mobility services as an alternative to the urban commuter car.
The renowned road safety academic, professor Nicola Christie, has been elected as the new president of the London Road Safety Council.