London’s latest bus safety statistics show a 6% quarter-on-quarter reduction in injuries, as Transport for London (TfL) confirms details of a new Bus Safety Programme for the Capital.
Residents donned high-vis jackets and learnt to use hand-held speed cameras as part of a scheme designed to deter drivers from speeding in Brent.
The number of people killed or seriously injured (KSI) on London’s roads fell by 3% in 2015 to the lowest number since records began, despite a 7% rise in fatalities.
The third in a series of road safety cartoons produced by the LRSC encourages road users to pay attention to the road, irrespective of what is going on around them or happening in their lives.
More than 1,000 school children will take to the streets of east London on 6 July in an attempt to break the world record for the most riders in a ‘bike bus’.
Road safety teams across London are being reminded there is a little over a month until the deadline for nominations for the prestigious 2016 Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards.
Attendees at the LRSC’s centenary conference in January 2017 will be updated with regard to a research project into the effectiveness of 20mph speed limits, being carried out by Atkins on behalf of the Department for Transport (DfT).
Transport for London (TfL) has extended a pilot of average speed cameras to three more major roads across the city in a bid to improve safety and driver behaviour.
Councillor Val Clark, former LRSC chair, calls for 20mph limits and cameras to enforce ‘zig-zags’
London’s first Quietway route, which will eventually become part of a network of radial and orbital cycle routes throughout the city, has officially opened.