In the year preceding lockdown, authorities in London failed to enable enough people to shift away from car ownership and use, a new report has found.
The newly-appointed executive director of The Bikeability Trust, Emily Cherry, provides an update for road safety officers in the Capital.
A free online training course has been launched for moped and motorcycle riders to complete before taking their CBT course.
The London Road Safety Council has welcomed the announcement of £2m in funding to restart cycling training in the Capital.
A new online training course has been launched to give more Londoners the confidence to start cycling.
Work is underway to transform one of central London’s major thoroughfares into a less intimidating place which prioritises walking and cycling.
Building infrastructure for a growth in cycling without providing adequate training for riders could result in a potential public health crisis, a leading academic has stressed.
THINK! has published a new interactive version of its Tales of the Road educational resource for young road users.
FirstCar is aiming to help road safety teams in London deliver education to the most at-risk groups by making 100 copies of its vulnerable road user magazines available free-of-charge.
TfL says it is working closely with London boroughs to ensure any trials of electric scooters actively promote the highest operational and safety standards.