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Pop-up zebra crossing protest

Ravenscote is much like any other junior school – its students are forced to run the gauntlet of dangerous roads and matters are made worse because they are refused a safe crossing. Parents have been campaigning for a safe crossing for years so in an effort to help, we erected the ETA’s pop-up zebra crossing to help with their latest…

Quicab: Let’s help launch the urban taxi our cities deserve

Quicab’s extraordinary and brilliant ‘taxi-bike’ has the potential to revolutionise door-to-door serviced travel in London. Everything about it suggests ‘taxi’- its appearance, the sense of being chauffeured swiftly along the urban streets, easing your journey to a critical meeting or to the station or a hotel. Or carrying parcels between offices. The revolution is the electric-assist cycle. The ‘driver’ pedals;…

Win a green clean for your bicycle

This time of year is hard on the commuter bicycle, but help is at hand with this bike cleaning kit from Green Oil. Road grime and mud contribute to the wear and tear of drivetrain and other systems on your bike so cleaning becomes a ritual that’s especially important in winter months. Helping to ensure that bike cleaning remains as…

World Day of Remembrance for crash victims

November 17th is the World Day of Remembrance for crash victims. RoadPeace would like to invite you to attend a service for the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims which is to be held at St James’s Church, Piccadilly, on Sunday 17th November at 2.30pm – 4.00pm. Join us in London @StJPiccadilly at 2.30pm on Sunday 17th November…

Chris Boardman on road danger

Chris Boardman is an exceptional ambassador for active travel. Charged by Manchester to transform the city into one of the greenest in Europe, Boardman is helping to plan and build a huge network of connected cycleways, but it’s when when he presents the case for active travel to the unconverted that he impresses the most. On Question Time this week…