The results of one of the ‘world’s most advanced demonstrations’ of self-driving vehicles, which took place in London, has found consumer confidence in autonomous driving technologies is high.
In a time when the use of public transport is being discouraged due to social distancing, the start of the new school year has presented a unique challenge for road safety teams across the Capital.
TfL is backing the development of a digital road safety tool that could predict potential incident hotspots, using data from sources including connected vehicles and roadside sensors.
Ahead of the new academic year, TfL is calling on pupils to walk, cycle or scoot to school where possible.
Hackney Council has announced a series of road closures are set to be introduced in the coming months, following a consultation with local residents.
The London Road Safety Council is seeking views from its members on the proposed changes to The Highway Code.
Transport for London has stepped up preparations for the expansion of the Capital’s Ultra Low Emission Zone, with the installation of new infrastructure.
TfL says its cycle hire scheme has been at the forefront of a cycling boom over the last decade, contributing to the largest increase in cycling in London since records began.
TfL has released a new app to make it easier for customers to plan ahead and travel safely.
Alison Gowman, elected member for the City of London Corporation, explores issues surrounding roads policing, with reference to a couple of recently published reports.