Changes to The Highway Code designed to enhance safety for all road-users – particularly those most at risk – are set to come into effect from Saturday, the Government has confirmed.
Keeping pedestrians and moving vehicles separate is key to ensuring the road safety of the growing number of London’s blind and partially sighted people.
Authorities in London are being warned that plans to introduce a new road user charging system – in a bid to reduce transport emissions – will punish those who cannot afford an electric car.
The Santander cycle hire scheme experienced a ‘historic’ year in 2021, with the number of hires and individual customers reaching record-breaking levels.
TfL says increasing fines for road contraventions will provide a ‘more effective deterrent’ that leads to increased compliance and reduces road danger.
TfL has unveiled plans for a ‘major’ new Cycleway extension in West London, which will also feature improvements for pedestrians.
TfL has announced plans to make its trial of 24-hour bus lanes permanent, in an effort to encourage people to choose more sustainable forms of transport.
A new report outlines the ‘vital role’ played by walking and cycling in London during the coronavirus pandemic.
TfL says permanent changes to the Congestion Charge Zone will ensure that gains made in reducing car dependency over the last 15 years are not lost.
Schools in Barnet have been recognising the efforts of two road safety heroes.