The latest section of TfL’s Quietway cycle network – including sections which are vehicle-free – has been opened in Southwark.
Riders across London have the chance to win a share of £200 of motorcycle vouchers by answering two simple questions about their riding habits.
The agenda has been published for a one-day conference taking place in London next month, which will examine the future of road safety in the Capital.
The London Road Safety Council is seeking a new co-sponsor for its website, to replace Keltic Clothing who are stepping down after two successful years.
David Showell, managing director of the cycle training provider Cycle Confident, attended the October meeting of the London Road Safety Council.
Pedestrians, cyclists and powered two wheeler riders made up 87% of deaths – and more than half of all casualties – on London’s roads in 2017, new figures show.
A number of the London Road Safety Council’s newly-appointed elected members took part in a training session on 28 September, to improve their insight and understanding of the challenges faced in reducing casualties on the Capital’s roads.
Primary schools across London are being invited to take part in a poetry competition, designed to ‘celebrate the many benefits of cycling’.
Breaking down the barriers that stop women from cycling could increase the number who ride to work by 60%, new research from Transport for London suggests.
Communities in London have until 1 October to apply for funding for projects that will ‘make the city greener’ – including reducing air pollution around schools.