December 8 2013 Latest news:
David Cameron led tributes to South Africa’s first black president Nelson Mandela tonight, saying “a great light has gone out in the world”.
Where the cycle lane isn’t segregated from other traffic then the blue paint used along Cycle Superhighway 2 should be removed as it gives riders ‘a false sense of security’, a summit has heard.
The use of Boris Bikes this autumn fell year-on-year for the first time since the cycle hire scheme was introduced in 2010.
Traffic officers were each ordered to fine at least 10 cyclists a month, according to an email sent by a senior police officer.
Thousands of cyclists laid in the middle of a normally busy central London street during rush hour on Friday evening to call for greater action on road safety.
This is the moment an east London councillor embroiled in a bitter race row had to be physically restrained by members of his party as order at a Havering Council meeting dissolved.
Cyclists and drivers will roll into City Hall this evening for a cycle-safety summit called in the wake of a series of tragic deaths on London’s roads.
Piccadilly line workers are to strike for 24 hours next week in a row over agreements being “ripped up”, with the union responsible threatening longer action in future if the dispute is not resolved.
Tube strikes could be a thing of the past if David Cameron gets his way.