Drivers caught on camera, ignoring parking and loading restrictions on new cycleways, will be sent a fine by post.
As authorities bid to encourage cycling and walking, freight has been ‘completely overlooked’.
By Emily Hardy, road safety expert at Brigade Electronics UK
Out-of-hours deliveries could lead to more death on our roads if safety is not given top priority, says SteerSafe.
Sentinel Systems has developed a new LED sign for its Bike Hotspot system, to help reduce the number of accidents involving cyclists and commercial vehicles.
Transport for London has launched the first consultation into the use of its world-first ‘zero to five star’ Direct Vision Standard for HGVs operating in the capital.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced proposals for a 'star rating' for driver vision.
Cycling groups should stop moaning and start educating their members, rather than criticising the latest Government road safety campaign.
Cyclists urged to hang back from lorries to cut the number of crashes and improve cycling safety.
Sentinel Systems is offering the chance to experience its range of vehicle and camera safety solutions with a no-obligation trial of its systems.
Responding to safety calls in London, a lower side window is now available for retrofitting on selected recent MAN trucks.
Cemex UK has opted for ‘Vision’ doors, on six of its 15 new DAF tippers to give its drivers better visibility of cyclists and other vulnerable road users.
The Freight Transport Association says the Mayor of London’s proposals for major new bike routes across the capital must consider the impact on all road users.
20,000 UK licensed HGV drivers have now taken Transport for London’s (TfL’s) Safe Urban Driving course.
The Mayor of London is proposing mandatory fit of lower side windows in commercial vehicles entering the capital.
Government’s muted ban to improve cyclist safety might not be best approach
Commercial Fleet takes a ride through the capital in the latest cyclist-aware Volvo truck.
A new cycle safety initiative is set to roll out nationally, after trials with a number of fleets in York.
With the toll of road deaths amongst cyclists continuing to rise, Mercedes-Benz is leading a new push to make people on bicycles more visible to truck drivers.