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TfL consults over increase to Stop and Shop parking time

21/08/2013

Transport for London (TfL) is consulting Londoners on a proposal to increase parking time from 20 to 30 minutes at 600 Stop and Shop parking bays across the capital.

Measures to improve cycle safety in London

04/09/2013

The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced a series of measures designed to improve cycle safety in London.

FM Conway fits HGV fleet with cycle safety measures

03/10/2013

FM Conway, an operator of one of the largest heavy goods vehicles fleets in London, has adapted its entire fleet to ensure all vehicles have the latest safety measures to provide further protection for cyclists, pedestrians and other road users.

Deaths of cyclists in London spark call for road safety

18/11/2013

Six cyclists have been killed on London’s roads in the last two weeks.

Mayor announces increased parking times in London

20/11/2013

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has announced parking times will be increased at 600 parking bays across the capital.

TfL sets out transport investment plans

05/12/2013

Transport for London (TfL) will continue to invest in roads in an effort to support jobs and growth in the capital.

Cycle-level lights to be installed in London

16/12/2013

New low-level traffic lights designed for cyclists have been authorised for use following safety trials.

TfL invests £17m in cycle safety

27/01/2014

Transport for London (TfL) is investing more than £17 million to help improve cycle safety across the capital.

Cycle-level lights installed for first time in UK

04/02/2014

The first low level traffic signals specifically designed to help cyclists in the UK have been installed in London.

Hammersmith flyunder plan receives support from London Mayor

04/03/2014

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has thrown his support behind plans for a Hammersmith flyunder.

£4bn to be spent on transforming London’s roads

04/03/2014

The largest investment in London’s road and street network will see £4 billion spent on transforming the capital.

TfL to carry out world’s first trial of “intelligent” pedestrian crossing

07/03/2014

New pedestrian technology that is designed to make crossing the road easier and safer is set to be trialled for the first time ever by Transport for London (TfL).

London Mayor sets out infrastructure plans

31/07/2014

London Mayor Boris Johnson has revealed details of a proposed £1 trillion programme that would see huge improvements made to the capital’s infrastructure.  

Work on £750m Silvertown tunnel could start in 2017

14/10/2014

A new £750 million tunnel could be built under the Thames in East London.

Archway gyratory could be given a facelift

03/11/2014

Archway gyratory in London could be given a radical new look – including segregated cycle routes and additional public space – under plans unveiled by the Mayor and Transport for London (TfL).

“Crossrail for the Bike” on the way to London

28/01/2015

Construction of Europe’s longest substantially-segregated urban cycleways in London will soon get underway, subject to plans being approved by the Transport for London (TfL) board.

Unsafe lorries will be banned from London’s roads

09/02/2015

Lorries without safety equipment will be banned from London’s roads in an effort to protect cyclists and pedestrians.

Road tunnel plans for London unveiled

10/02/2015

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has unveiled plans that could see some of the capital’s busiest roads redesigned so that stretches of them can go through tunnels.

Mayor marks start of work on Cycle Superhighways

10/03/2015

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has marked the start of work on London’s first segregated Cycle Superhighway after helping to dig out the first tarmac.

Target set to halve road casualties in London by 2020

09/06/2015

The Mayor of London wants to halve the number of people killed and seriously injured (KSI) on the capital’s roads by 2020 compared to the government base line.

New junction designed to protect cyclists

26/08/2015

A new junction designed to avoid cyclists being hit by left-turning traffic has been unveiled in London.

Ban on unsafe lorries comes into effect

01/09/2015

A ban on unsafe lorries has come into effect in London from today (1 September 2015).

TfL invests in new technology to keep capital moving

29/09/2015

Transport for London (TfL) has unveiled new measures to ease traffic in the capital and minimise disruption on the roads as major work to improve the network continues.

Silvertown Tunnel proposals go on display

06/10/2015

Proposals for the Silvertown Tunnel – a new river crossing for east London that would link the Greenwich Peninsula with the Royal Docks – have gone on display.

Mayor sets out plans for new river crossings in London

02/12/2015

The Mayor of London – Boris Johnson – has set out plans to transform cross-river travel in the capital with 13 new tunnels and bridges proposed.

Millions to be spent on improving public spaces in London

29/12/2015

Almost £150 million will be spent on improving transport services and town centres across London.  

Mayor calls for further improvements to London’s roads

04/02/2016

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has called for new measures – including the introduction of two new east-west cross-city tunnels – to secure the long-term success of the capital’s roads.  

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