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Road safety

    Community Engagement
    The team offers guidance and bespoke campaigns to encourage safe, active travel in the City.
    Road Safety Partnership
    ​The Road Danger Reduction Partnership.

​A road danger reduction approach

The Road Danger Reduction and Active Travel Plan (10MB) is a strategic 5 year plan that sets out the key aims and objectives to maintain a safe environment for all road users in the City of London. It follows a Safe Systems Approach towards delivering Vision Zero, which is key part of the Mayor of London's Transport Strategy.

The plan places emphasis on partnership and engagement. As we all have a role to play in reducing casualties and encouraging safer behaviours.

Road danger reduction and behaviour change team

The Road Danger Reduction and Behaviour Change Team offers guidance and bespoke information to residents, schools, businesses and visitors to encourage safe, active travel in the Square Mile.

Here are a few examples:

To find out more explore the website or email the Road Danger Reduction team


    ​​Children learning about tactile paving on their road safety pedestrian skills lesson

Child safety

The Road Danger Reduction Team is committed to supporting sustainable and safe travel to school. They provide comprehensive programmes to educate children and support City schools with information and advice. ​

The children enjoy a fun-packed programme while being taught valuable skills. We believe educating children from a young age encourages responsible future road users and safer travel behaviours.

  • Walking and pedestrian skills - lessons on travelling safety.
  • Cycle skills - 'Bikeability' training for schools.
  • Road safety education - schools visits to discuss safety and equip students with confidence whilst travelling.

For more information contact your child's school or email The Road Safety team

Charity organisations

Brake, London Road Safety Council, The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety, Road Safety GB, The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, Road Peace, Road Safety Foundation