Last month RoadPeace held two webinars with Road Danger Reduction Forum.
These events built on the experience of initiatives in London, and explored how campaigners and police are engaging with the community to reduce road danger.
The first event on October 22nd focused on how police can work with the community to reduce road danger. The second event on October 29th focused on how active travel campaigners are getting the community onside.
October 22nd is available to watch here
“Vision Zero: Enforcement and reducing road danger” (including using 3rd party reporting) Andy Cox, formerly Superintendent, Metropolitan Police Roads and Traffic Police
“How important is dashcam footage when a crash happens?” Ciara Lee.
“Using the technology” –
Madison/Cycliq bike camera lights
October 29th is available to watch here
“Reducing speeds in your neighbourhood – 20mph speed limits, Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) and Community Roadwatch” Jeremy Leach, Action Vision Zero
“Low Traffic Neighbourhoods: Winning over the local community”: Clare Rogers, London Cycling Campaign
“Involving your Police and Crime Commissioner” Victoria Lebrec, RoadPeace
Many thanks to our sponsors Moore Barlow, Madison Cycliq and Nextbase for your support.
Please get in touch if you have any questions or want to find out more about campaigning.
Updated on: 25 November 2020