The Government has announced £18 million in funding for the Bikeability cycle training scheme, as it looks to ensure children and their families ‘have the confidence to choose active travel’.
Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking, is urging London mayoral candidates to put walking first to cut air pollution and reduce carbon emissions.
Barking and Dagenham Council is encouraging drivers to help improve air quality in the borough by turning their engines off when stationary.
The 6th UN Global Road Safety Week, which takes place in May, will promote 20mph speed limits as the norm for cities worldwide.
Approximately 15% of London’s roads are likely to require maintenance in the next 12 months, according to a new report.
The City of London Corporation has launched a public consultation on proposed improvements to Bank Junction, including the creation of a new walking and cycling only area.
Academics at UCL have produced a guide for use by road safety officers, teachers and others looking to engage parents of primary school aged children in road safety.
Initial analysis of a low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) in Hackney shows ‘promising early indications’ of its ability to reduce traffic and support people to walk, shop and cycle locally.
TfL and Bosch have outlined how their “innovative” partnership has helped improve transport in the Capital, including the use of artificial intelligence to improve road safety.
TfL’s Santander Cycles scheme passed 100 million hires earlier this month, marking a “significant milestone” in the scheme’s ten-year history.