School Streets at 41 primary schools in Hackney are restarting this week, to support children to walk and cycle, improve road safety and promote social distancing as students begin their phased return to the classroom.
Ahead of the re-opening of classrooms next week, TfL is once again calling on pupils to walk, cycle or scoot to school where possible.
Enforcement of an initiative to protect vulnerable road users in London from the most dangerous HGVs has got underway – in a move described as a “major step” towards the Capital’s Vision Zero aims.
TfL has set out ‘vital’ plans to improve road safety at Battersea Bridge, including a reduction in the speed limit to 20mph.
New Government figures show the Capital continues to lead the way when it comes to provision for electric vehicle charging.
The London Road Safety Council recently held three information sessions to help educate its members on emerging road safety topics.
THINK! has made a suite of its educational resources for children aged between 3-16 years available to download free of charge.
Action is being taken to lower vehicle speeds in a residential road in Wandsworth where residents have expressed concerns about speeding drivers.
An average of 22 dashcam video recordings of alleged motoring offences were submitted to the Met Police every day in 2019, according to data analysed by the RAC.
Highways England and Road Safety GB have teamed up with Agilysis to conduct a review of online road safety education provision – and are calling for the help of road safety practitioners in London.