Highways England and Road Safety GB have teamed up with Agilysis to conduct a review of online road safety education provision – and are calling for the help of road safety practitioners in London.
TfL has set out plans to make a series of trial changes the new Cycleway 4 route, in a bid to ‘enable safer essential journeys’ between London Bridge, Rotherhithe and beyond.
A new THINK! campaign urges young drivers on essential journeys to ‘be the mate who won’t speed’ to keep themselves and others safe on the road, and help reduce pressure on the NHS.
Families across London are being invited to take part in the UK’s largest cycling, walking, wheeling and scooting competition for primary and secondary schools.
TfL says new data – which shows levels of cycling increased in both inner and outer London last year – is further evidence of the vital role played by active travel during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A new report is urging policy makers to listen to the perspectives of disabled people when implementing active travel schemes, such as Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs), to maximise their full potential.
TfL is moving forward with permanent measures to make roads in Streatham ‘safer and less intimidating’ for people walking and cycling, after a public consultation showed ‘strong support’ for the plans.
Wandsworth Council is calling on Sadiq Khan to join its campaign to ‘boost road safety and improve local air quality’ by agreeing to implement 20mph speed limits on the borough’s main trunk roads.
Enforcement of an initiative to protect vulnerable road users in London from the ‘most dangerous’ heavy goods vehicles will get underway on 1 March, TfL has announced.
Six films – produced by the London Road Safety Council as part of a social media campaign to highlight key winter road safety messages – have been viewed more than 600k times.