Westminster City Council has set out plans to introduce a 20mph speed limit across the borough.
TfL says four new ‘high-quality’ Cycleways will bring even more people within easy reach of the Capital’s rapidly expanding cycle network.
Businesses in east London are being encouraged to undertake safety training to help HGV drivers see the road from a cyclist’s perspective.
Angry Al is becoming a familiar name among young riders in the Capital – helping to promote vital safety messages on themes such as speeding and junctions.
TfL has confirmed speed limits on central London roads will be reduced to 20mph from early next year, after receiving public support for the plans.
The second edition of the Older Road User Conference, which takes place in London later this month, will be well attended – but the organisers are searching for a new partner following the eleventh hour withdrawal of the event’s sponsor.
Bexley Council is stepping up its support for electric vehicles – with dozens of new charging points to be installed across the borough in the coming months.
New software is being developed to help TfL tackle ‘some of the biggest issues facing the Capital’ – including congestion and road danger.
Authorities in London have set out measures to tackle bus driver fatigue, after publishing ‘world-first’ research into the issue.
Older drivers and their families are being encouraged to attend a free road safety event taking place in Haringey later this year.