The LRSC’s centenary conference, which takes place in January 2017, will open with a brief look back at the history of road safety in London, before focusing on the issues that confront road safety professionals now and in the future.
The new mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has called for a ‘zero tolerance approach’ to road traffic casualties after his election success last week (5 May).
A new incident helpline has been launched by Transport for London (TfL) to support people affected by fatal or serious injuries on London’s transport network.
LRSC is partnering with Child Seat Safety to offer a training course on the correct fitting of child car seats.
Emma Norton, from the City of London road safety team, will be rowing 20 miles along the Thames this weekend, raising money for Cancer Research UK while remembering two colleagues who passed away from the disease.
The London Road Safety Council has launched a new website which includes a newsfeed focusing on road safety issues in the capital.
The London Road Safety Council (LRSC) has unveiled a new campaign which uses humour to convey road safety reminders.
A training session provided by the London Road Safety Council for more than 50 school crossing patrols (SCPs) has met with universal acclaim from attendees.
Fleet safety and collisions between cyclists and pedestrians were the focus of two presentations delivered to members of the London Road Safety Council at a recent quarterly meeting.
Eight schools in Bexley have been recognised for achieving the ‘gold standard accreditation’ for their 2015 school travel plan.