TfL has opened its second rapid charging hub for electric vehicles at Glass Yard in Woolwich.
The first publicly available cargo bike sharing scheme in the country is being launched in Hackney this month to help residents and businesses to reduce transport emissions.
An alliance of road safety organisations has published a new report urging the Government to launch a ‘robust and far-reaching’ strategy that addresses safe and healthy mobility as well as preventing road death and serious injuries.
TfL and Hackney Council have set out the next steps of their plans for a new cycle route between Lea Bridge and Dalston – which includes an overhaul of Lea Bridge Roundabout.
THINK! is bringing back its ‘Pint Block’ campaign to help spread the message among young male drivers that ‘a mate doesn’t let a mate drink drive’.
TfL has outlined proposals that aim to boost safety and cut congestion on London’s network of red routes, by increasing the maximum penalty charge notice (PCN) for driving offences from £130 to £160.
TfL has started work on the next section of Cycleway 4 in Deptford, a route it says is already enabling thousands of ‘safer and easier’ cycle journeys across the area each week.
The London Road Safety Council (LRSC) has written a letter to its 33 member authorities, outlining how they all have a part to play in delivering a safer London.
TfL is to introduce ‘innovative’ new technology in an effort to reduce road danger and disruption caused by roadworks and unplanned incidents on the Capital’s road network.
The London Road Safety Council (LRSC) has urged parents to take the opportunity over the summer holidays to speak to their children about road safety, in a bid to reduce the number of children killed or seriously injured on the Capital’s roads.