Transport for London (TfL), the Metropolitan Police Service and City of London Police are committed to achieving the Mayor of London’s Vision Zero ambition to eliminate all deaths and serious injuries from London’s roads by 2041.
Road Safety Week Blog
Director of Safety at The British Horse Society (BHS), Alan Hiscox, is campaigning for greater awareness among motorists about the importance of driving safely around horses on our roads. The BHS has an initiative called 'Dead Slow’ which educates drivers and horse riders on how to stay safe when they encounter one another and this issue has come under the spotlight again recently with the release of new figures that make alarming reading.
One of the notable features of the lockdown resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic was that it slowed most of us down. I say most of us: there are, unfortunately, plenty of examples of people using quieter roads as their own personal race tracks. But, for those who were mainly at home, travelling to shops locally, and driving more sedately when they had to drive at all, the change in pace of life was remarkable.