londonbikers.com
Join LBLogin
london's home of biking

Tag: Traffic

latest stories
Boris and TFL Publish Londons First Action Plan For Bikes

Boris and TFL Publish London's First Action Plan For Bikes

1 hi-def photos  1 comments 24 March 2014, 20:09
The Mayor of London and Transport for London (TfL) today published the capital's first Motorcycle Safety Action Plan designed to directly reduce the number of collisions involving motorcyclists and scooter riders.
Road Users To Support The AA ‘Think Bikes’ Initiative.

Road Users To Support The AA ‘Think Bikes’ Initiative.

1 comments 07 March 2014, 15:29
TomTom App For Iphone 1.9 Now Optimised For Ipad

TomTom App For Iphone 1.9 Now Optimised For Ipad

1 hi-def photos  22 October 2011, 13:25
TomTom today released the TomTom App for iPhone 1.9 which has been optimised for the iPad. Existing TomTom App customers can download the new version to their iPads for free.
Isle Of Man Replica Corner Signs & House Signs

Isle Of Man Replica Corner Signs & House Signs

3 hi-def photos  13 May 2011, 10:00
The website which brought us ‘Windy Corner’, ttlegends.com, has a new 100 Year Anniversary sign for 2011 - as well as new signs that are replicas of the famous 37 ‘Milestone’ markers from the Mountain course. Run by a half-Manx TT nut, the website is the official licensee for such signs.
Traffic Manifesto Launched To Reduce Uk Road Congestion

Traffic Manifesto Launched To Reduce Uk Road Congestion

3 hi-def photos  01 October 2010, 11:23
TomTom publishes its Traffic Manifesto today (Thursday September 30) in a bid to reduce traffic congestion by making better use of the existing road network. The aim is to build a community of drivers who, by driving as a 'collective', will cut journey times by up to 5% across the UK for all vehicles.
Traffic signs in Britain - biggest review in 40 years launched today

Traffic signs in Britain - biggest review in 40 years launched today

13 September 2008, 01:27
Transport Minister Rosie Winterton today called on motorists, cyclists, pedestrians, highway authorities and road organisations who are keen to have a say in how our streets will look in the future, to take part in the biggest review of British road signs for 40 years.
New Measures to Tackle Non-UK Drivers Who Break Road Traffic Laws

New Measures to Tackle Non-UK Drivers Who Break Road Traffic Laws

3 comments 24 July 2008, 16:12
Non-UK drivers and hauliers who flout the rules of the road face being fined and having their vehicles immobilised under new road safety proposals published today by Road Safety Minister Jim Fitzpatrick. Drivers resident outside the UK will not be able to escape punishment under the new system which will give Police and examiners from the Vehicle Operator and Services Agency (VOSA) the power to collect on-the-spot penalties from anyone without a satisfactory UK address from next year. They will also be able to issue penalty points against a non-UK driver's record for endorsable offences.
Local Authorities Praised For Plans To Keep Traffic Moving

Local Authorities Praised For Plans To Keep Traffic Moving

08 October 2007, 22:46
Almost three-quarters of local authorities have a 'Good' or 'Excellent' understanding of their duty to deliver the efficient flow of traffic on their road networks, results published today by Transport Minister Rosie Winterton reveal.
Our weekly bike-meet at Borough Market Stolen Vehicle Database - help fight bike crime! Like Out Race Photography? Buy Prints Online Then!