A new national campaign is urging people to speak up about regular drug drivers to help prevent potentially fatal collisions from happening.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced that all privately-owned e-scooters, including those that can be folded or carried, will be banned on the Capital’s transport network.
TfL has completed work on a new signalised pedestrian crossing on the north side of Battersea Bridge, as part of efforts to make walking safer.
The Government is going ahead with plans to introduce a hierarchy of road users, as part of a series of updates to The Highway Code aimed at improving road safety for cyclists, pedestrians and horse riders.
A low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) in Hackney is set to be made permanent, following analysis of traffic data, air quality monitoring, comments from residents and an equalities impact assessment.
The Met Police has written to retailers urging them to be responsible when selling e-scooters in the run-up to Christmas.
Hackney Council has unveiled plans for one of the biggest area-based expansions of electric vehicle infrastructure in the country.
The Government has moved to make it illegal to use a hand-held mobile phone while driving under ‘virtually any circumstance’.
Authorities in London have announced plans to trial a default 20mph speed limit on all residential roads, as they look to step up efforts to achieve Vision Zero by 2041.
Hackney Council’s road safety team has joined forces with a primary school in the borough to interview four people they consider everyday road safety heroes.