Reducing Road Danger: Empowering Local Communities in London

***The event is going ahead, unless government advice changes regarding Coronavirus and hosting events. We will update attendees if we hear otherwise and postpone if necessary.***

Achieving Vision Zero involves Londoners being empowered to help deliver it.

Register and join RoadPeace and Road Danger Reduction Forum in learning how Londoners are being empowered to reduce road danger.

London is committed to delivering Vision Zero – no deaths or serious injuries on the transport network by 2041. Yet 2018 saw 4,065 people reported killed or seriously injured. And road danger reduction goes beyond these statistics: people are deterred from cycling and walking (which the Mayor wants to increase) by their perception of road danger.

The fundamental reduction in road danger in London which is now on the agenda will involve Londoners themselves – empowered to assist in enforcing traffic law and successfully winning over local communities for bold initiatives.

 

Join us on Saturday April 18th at Palestra House, 197 Blackfriars Road, SE1 8JZ. Register here

Speakers include:

Baroness Jenny Jones: President RDRF, RoadPeace Patron and former Green MLA responsible for the “London’s Lawless Roads” report.

Detective Superintendent Andrew Cox: Roads and Transport Policing Command, Metropolitan Police, “Vision Zero: Enforcement and reducing road danger”

TfL/MPS RoadSafe: 3rd party reporting

Clare Rogers, London Cycling Campaign: “Low Traffic Neighbourhoods: Winning over the local community

Jeremy Leach, Action Vision Zero: “Reducing road danger in your neighbourhood: Working with communities, Councils and Police”

+ users of helmetcams, light cams, and experts in other technology for 3rd party reporting

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The event has been sponsored by:

Moore Blatch provides expert legal services across the South East region specialising in accessing rehabilitation for those who have suffered major trauma due to a non-fault incident, and representing bereaved clients at inquests.

The firm has a strong reputation for delivering a high quality level of legal expertise – and is recognised by peers and independent legal experts (Chambers and Legal 500) as Top 100 UK law firm, and as leader in the field across a number of practice areas.

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