Westminster Council has told officials to stop working on plans to pedestrianise Oxford Street, after rejecting them as ‘unacceptable’. (Evening Standard)
A three-day festival taking place in the City of London in June will celebrate 200 years of cycling in the Capital.
Transport for London has organised 42 free guided walks across the Capital next month, as part of ongoing plans to encourage active travel.
London’s road safety professionals are invited to put themselves forward to deliver a presentation at the 2018 National Road Safety Conference.
The London-based Be Confident Group has announced that BikeRight! Is to be brought into the group in a deal which will create what is claimed to be the UK’s largest cycle training group.
A London-based charity, which supports road crash victims, is calling for more rigorous evaluation of the effectiveness of road death investigation carried out by the UK’s police forces.
The London Road Safety Council is inviting nominations for its annual road safety award, designed to celebrate work carried out within the education, training and publicity aspects of road safety.
Ahead of its next print run on 1 June, FirstCar is offering road safety teams the opportunity to add personalised content to magazines handed out to learner drivers at test centres in their area.
Plans for a new network of rapid charge points for electric vehicles across the Capital have been unveiled, including 51 points solely for use by taxis.
A new report has questioned the effectiveness of London’s ‘Quietway’ network, while also raising concerns over the implications of the name ‘Cycle Superhighways’.