The Government has confirmed that a new independent body will be set up to investigate collisions on the country’s roads and provide insight into what needs to change to help save lives.
New statistics show the number of people killed on London’s roads fell to the lowest level on record in 2021 – despite a rise in the number of KSI casualties.
TfL says new enforcement powers will help protect designated space for cyclists and make the Capital’s roads more attractive to ride on.
When James Parker steps down as the London Road Safety Council’s executive officer in July and gallops off into retirement, it will bring down the curtain on a career in road safety spanning four decades.
Brent Council has announced plans to enable motorcyclists to use all of the borough’s bus lanes.
‘Give the car a rest and use healthier means of transport such as walking, cycling or public transport to get to work, school or the shops’.
Hammersmith & Fulham Council says helping its residents transition towards no or low emission vehicles is a key part of work to build the greenest borough in Britain.
A new planning tool has been launched to help local authorities assess how best to make active travel safer, more pleasant and less stressful.
Nominations are being sought for the 2022 Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards – ahead of the July deadline.
A new dockless cycle hire scheme is set to launch in Hackney this month – aimed at supporting people who don’t own a bike to cycle around the borough.