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New Web Site for London

15 July 2009

Transport for London (TfL) has launched a new road safety website to provide information on the work of the award winning London Road Safety Unit .

The site includes details of road safety education resources available in London , road safety campaigns, motorcycle safety and a diary of road safety events. It also includes links explaining how new technologies such as ISA can improve road safety. It also provides links to some excellent resources promotional materials, providing useful information and key messages for safer driving, pedestrian safety, speed limits, red light running and much more.

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