London’s long-awaited trial of rental e-scooters will begin next month, with safety standards that ‘go further’ than those set out at a national level.
New Government figures show the Capital continues to lead the way when it comes to provision for electric vehicle charging.
The Institute of Couriers (IOC) has issued a call to action to London boroughs, asking for more to be done to support the industry to improve air quality through the use of cargo cycles and electric vehicles.
During spring 2021, the London Road Safety Council held six information sessions to help educate its members on emerging road safety topics.
Low traffic neighbourhoods (LTNs) and cycle lanes introduced by Harrow Council during the Covid-19 pandemic are to be removed.
This article is written by Professor Nicola Christie, president of the London Road Safety Council.
Typical cycle infrastructure in Britain is not keeping riders safe – and could in fact increase risk – according to the results of a recent study led by professor Rachel Aldred from the University of Westminster.
A new report suggests that budget shortfalls, a lack of resources and qualified staff, and having no statutory place in the curriculum are impeding teachers from sharing road safety information.
The City of London Corporation has launched its first School Street scheme to support children walking and cycling to and from the school, and reduce road danger during busy drop off and pick up times.
Fire and rescue services across the country are spearheading a motorcycle safety campaign this spring.