A free-to-attend live session, taking place next week as part of the Festival of Road Safety, will look at how London is using data from vehicles to make its streets safer for everyone, in particular people walking and cycling.
Following a successful eight-month trial at the HQ of a major international retailer based in Leicestershire, an air quality monitoring (AQM) sign is now in permanent use.
Government figures show there were 484 casualties in collisions involving e-scooters in 2020, of which 384 were e-scooters users.
A London-wide advertising campaign has been launched in a bid to cut air pollution and carbon emissions through tackling vehicle idling.
The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) is calling on the European Union to improve the safety of young drivers, on the back of new data which shows young road users represent a quarter of all road deaths.