MPs from the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Cycling & Walking (APPGCW) have proposed numerous driving law changes to improve safety for all road users.
Various suggestions have been put forward, including …Read More
As we bid farewell to the mini heatwave, UK drivers are being alerted to potential fines of up to £5,000 for improper use of air conditioning.
The warning comes as much …Read More
Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) has been less effective at reducing air pollution than was initially claimed, new research has revealed.
The CAZ was said to have reduced the levels of …Read More
New research from Nottingham Trent University (NTU) will explore how to reduce collisions caused by driver sleepiness, through monitoring the commutes of shift workers.
The university was awarded funding from the …Read More
A new AI road safety camera has detected close to 300 driving offences within its first three days of use. The technology, provided by artificial intelligence company Acusensus, picked up …Read More
Traffic Group Signals has developed an enhanced technology that will prevent temporary traffic lights from failing because of busy radio channels.
Traditional portable traffic lights work by using fixed-channel radio communications …Read More
The Welsh Government is working with police forces to educate motorists ahead of the new 20mph speed limit.
Wales is the first UK nation to introduce a default 20mph speed limit …Read More
Lights on pedestrian crossings could stay green for longer, giving people more time to cross the road. Transport officials are reviewing guidance for councils, which would increase the length of …Read More
In a new report on driver testing and education, the government is being urged to implement a progressive licensing system in order to safeguard young new drivers.
According to the report, …Read More
Road safety charity IAM RoadSmart is urging food companies, such as Deliveroo and Just Eat, for better protection for their delivery motorcyclists.
The appeals follow the results of the charity’s survey, …Read More