The broadcaster Jeremy Vine has been stopped by police in London's Hyde Park for speeding on his bicycle (BBC News).
Keith Brown, Scotland’s transport minister, has unveiled the Scottish Government’s long-term vision for active travel in Scotland to 2030.
PACTS has drawn up a list of priorities to “substantially reduce the level of death and injury on roads in the UK”.
A leading children’s health organisation is calling for a suite of measures to improve the state of child health.
A new report presents “compelling evidence” that telematics insurance policies can reduce crash frequency among young drivers.
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Steve Lewis explains why the best time to invest in the ‘nut holding the wheel’ is not just before they hit a tree or ditch. Comments (2) Opinion archive...
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