In what is being described as a UK-first initiative, Transport for London (TfL) has unveiled plans to work with delivery companies to create a recognised standard for motorcycle safety.
The THINK! team has launched its latest campaign designed to deter young drivers from using their mobile phone at the wheel, which includes a film shot in the style of a music video.
A new traffic-free path has been opened in Ealing in a bid to encourage more people to take up active forms of travel.
A new levy on the most polluting vehicles, described by London’s mayor Sadiq Khan as the ‘world’s toughest emission standard’, has come into effect in central London today (23 Oct).
The UK was one of 16 European countries to record no fatalities on 21 September 2017 – Project EDWARD day – according to figures published by the organisers TISPOL.
Plans for a ‘world-leading, real world test environment’ for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) in Greenwich have been unveiled, after the project was awarded Government funding.
One in three London car journeys could be undertaken by an autonomous vehicle by 2025, according to a consortium investigating ways to integrate new technology into the Capital’s public transport network.
Measures which have ‘improved road safety for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists’ at a junction in Ealing Broadway have been made permanent by Ealing Council.
A new initiative which sets out to improve the safety of pre-drivers and newly qualified young drivers was presented to London Road Safety Council (LRSC) members at a meeting held earlier this week.
Plans for Cycle Superhighway 4 (CS4) – linking Tower Bridge to Greenwich – have been unveiled and put out for consultation by Transport for London (TfL).