THINK! has made a suite of resources available for road safety teams to use to communicate the recent changes to The Highway Code, as part of a new awareness campaign.
Harrow Council says thousands of the borough’s pupils will benefit from its decision to make four Schools Streets permanent.
Following a Covid enforced hiatus, Hackney Council’s road safety officers resumed roadside activities with primary school pupils last month.
“Lowering speeds is one of the most important things we can do to reduce road danger and make it easier and safer for people to walk, cycle and use public transport.”
TfL has hailed the ‘progress made’ by the Capital’s trial of rental e-scooters – with more than 585,000 trips having been undertaken as part of the scheme.
The London Road Safety Council recently held an online session, providing its elected members with more information on that ‘hot topic’ that is e-scooters.
The three operators of London’s rental e-scooter scheme are researching and developing a ‘universal sound’ to help improve safety, in particular for people with visual impairments.
TfL has launched a six-month public consultation into the future of a major walking and cycling scheme on Bishopsgate.
Changes to The Highway Code designed to enhance safety for all road-users – particularly those most at risk – are set to come into effect from Saturday, the Government has confirmed.
Keeping pedestrians and moving vehicles separate is key to ensuring the road safety of the growing number of London’s blind and partially sighted people.