The London Road Safety Council (LRSC) is delighted to welcome two new organisations as co-sponsors of its website.
At its core, the aim of the LRSC is to reduce casualties by providing a forum to discuss road safety issues, as well as delivering projects and promoting resources and publicity materials.
Its online presence is a key element to this work – as demonstrated by the recent Heads Up, Phones Down campaign.
The three campaign videos, which have been viewed more than 2.1 million times on social media, follow the journeys of typical Londoners and show how being absorbed in distracting on-line conversations and internet surfing causes them to come a cropper.
Meanwhile, the LRSC website newsfeed covers all the latest road safety news from across the Capital – as well as information about road safety initiatives and campaigns by individual boroughs, and details of training and other resources.
Councillor Teji Barnes, chair of the LRSC said “The London Road Safety Council is an organisation much valued by its members and I know that the support of our business community is greatly appreciated by our membership.
“I hope that others will see the worth in joining with the LRSC to enable us to further our work in driving down London’s road casualties.”
Meet the sponsors
Since 2007, Cycle Confident has provided National Standard Cycle Training to thousands of adults and children, giving them the confidence to ride safely on London’s roads.
Cycle Confident works with individuals, local authorities, businesses and community groups, building cycling skills both on and off the road.
O’Hara Bros. Surfacing Ltd is a privately owned company established in 1975, providing specialist highway maintenance solutions to local authorities, the construction industry and the private sector.
The core of its business is term maintenance resurfacing, paving and civil engineering works.
Peddle My Wheels is a circular economy business that aims to make cycling accessible and affordable for everyone.
It oversees a number of projects, including Try Before You Bike, pop-up bike markets and bike share schemes.
09 November 2020