A mini-velodrome is among the main attractions of a one-day event taking place on Sunday (17 June) to celebrate cycling in Westminster.
There is a ‘strong case’ for older powered two wheelers (PTWs) to be exempt from London’s forthcoming ULEZ charges, according to a new report.
Westminster Council has pulled the plug on plans to pedestrianise Oxford Street, a move described by Sadiq Khan as a ‘betrayal’.
Two companies running car share initiatives in the Capital have announced that they are expanding their operations.
Plans for a new 1.2km walking and cycling path – linking the London boroughs of Kingston and Merton – have been approved by the respective councils.
Sadiq Khan has launched a new ‘taskforce’ dedicated to boosting the infrastructure needed to increase the take-up of electric vehicles across the Capital.
66% of pupils from Greenvale School in Catford, Lewisham, participated in the Big Pedal – enough to ensure the school triumphed in the ‘secondary school five-day challenge’.
Road Safety GB has launched a new initiative to help road safety practitioners in London reach people from minority ethnic backgrounds and those living in deprived communities.
TfL officers have been given the power to stop and inspect any taxi or private hire vehicle, without police presence, for the first time.
Val Shawcross CBE is to step down as London’s deputy mayor for transport this summer, a position she has held since it was created in May 2016.