Work to create new protected cycle lanes on two prominent roads in Hackney is underway.
The Government has set its sights on closing a legal loophole and making activities like taking photos and playing games on hand-held mobile phones illegal while driving.
Transport for London continues to step up preparations for the expansion of the Capital’s Ultra Low Emission Zone, with the launch of an extensive marketing campaign.
The London Road Safety Council has warned that without a major effort to educate road users of all types, any changes to the Highway Code will have no effect.
Members and supporters of the London Road Safety Council can now use their Amazon purchases to fund the work carried out to improve road safety in the Capital.
Half of parents support the introduction of car-free zones outside schools, new research published to mark the start of Walk to School Week suggests.
Transport for London has stressed the need for ‘urgent and continued’ action to protect vulnerable road users, after publishing data showing 54% of all fatalities on the Capital’s roads in 2019 were pedestrians.
The mayor of London hopes a new air quality monitoring project will give the ‘most accurate indication yet’ of the benefits of School Streets.
Uber will be granted a new licence to operate in the Capital, after a judge concluded that “despite historical failings”, the ride-hailing firm was now a “fit and proper” operator.
The Government has announced a new million-pound programme to get more children cycling and walking to school.