People seeking asylum in East London are being provided with access to bikes, as well as training, in order to help widen access to essential services.
A fleet of 500 e-bikes will be added to the Santander Cycles scheme next month, in a bid to broaden its appeal.
With the new school year just a few weeks away, the London Road Safety Council (LRSC) is pointing parents and carers towards its jungle-themed resource for educating children about road safety.
Lewisham Council has pledged to introduce more School Streets as part of efforts to improve the borough’s air quality over the next five years.
Westminster City Council is taking a stand against “nuisance” dockless bikes by seizing those left dumped across its roads and pavements.
TfL is being urged to ditch plans to continue charging motorcyclists for riding in the Capital’s ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ), regardless of whether it is expanded.
Hackney Council hopes the installation of 675 new bike hangers over the next four years will help those without space in their homes to store bikes safely on the street.
New Government figures have raised questions over whether existing penalties for seatbelt offences are a sufficient enough deterrent.
Two of London’s boroughs have expressed strong opposition to plans to expand the Capital’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) – with one describing them as “wrong on just about every level”.
One of the country’s biggest expansions of electric vehicle (EV) charging points is a step closer after Hackney Council agreed to install nearly 3,000 chargers on the borough’s streets by 2030.