Cars to be fined for using cycle lane on red routes

TfL will begin to issue fines to motor vehicles caught driving in a cycle lane on a TfL red route when not permitted. Only cyclists and rental electric scooters can use cycle lanes. All other road users, including motorcycles and other types of scooters, are not permitted to use cycle lanes. Black taxis and Private […]

SURVEY: for small businesses on ULEZ expansion

Have your say FSB London have launched their latest survey on the proposed expansion of the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) London-wide in 2023. They are encouraging small businesses to complete the survey to ensure FSB can formally respond to the TfL public consultation with an informed view of London’s small business community. Please fill out […]

Northern line Night Tube reopens Saturday 2 July

The night tube on the Northern line will be back running from this Saturday 2 July. This return, coinciding with the Pride celebrations in London, will further boost the night time economy and provide a cheaper and reliable way to get home safely. The Piccadilly Line will return later this summer. Please note: The Northern […]

Bike fatalities in London at lowest level on record

The number of people killed on London’s roads in 2021 fell by 22 per cent to the lowest level on record. Casualties have risen as traffic returned to normal levels as we eased out of lockdown restrictions. The Met and Mayors office are running a campaign to increase safety for vulnerable road users, cyclists, pedestrians […]

Spot the Pride artwork posters on the tube network

TfL is celebrating 50 years of the Pride movement across the network. TfL users will start to see a collection of specially curated and designed Pride-themed photos and posters with special LGBT+ language appearing in London Underground, London Overground, DLR, Elizabeth line and bus stations this week, ahead of the Pride in London celebrations this […]

SURVEY: Victim Voice survey

The Mayor’s office for policing and crime is calling on Londoners to complete an anonymous survey on their experiences of crimes against them. The survey will capture the views and experiences of victims of crimes in London and use them to improve the level of support and care all victims of crime in the capital […]

New laws passed to improve street safety

As of Tuesday 28 June, new laws were passed by the government to give tougher sentences to those who commit the most heinous crimes, and these laws will end the automatic release of offenders deemed to be a danger to the public. With the recent sad news of the murder in Ilford, these new laws […]

Heatwave safety tips

With very hot weather expected this week, please take extra precaution and steps to stay safe and cool in the high heat. Please read guidance on keeping cool, including staying hydrated, keeping indoors or in the shade, and avoiding the sun between 11am and 3pm.How to cope in hot weather

The annual State of London debate

Tuesday 28 June 2022, 7.30pm – 9pm The annual State of London Debate is your chance to ask the Mayor and panel of Deputy Mayors questions about the issues that matter to you, from the cost of living to jobs, the environment to housing, and much more. A livestream will be available to those who […]