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Pedestrians, Road safety, Greater London

Pedestrian safety summit meets in London to address fatality rise

A pedestrian safety summit is being held at City Hall in London today in response to a 33% rise in pedestrian fatalities in the capital.

Living Streets said that the summit, chaired by London Assembly member Val Shawcross, must produce "bold and proven measures" to improve safety given the number of pedestrian deaths.

The summit comes as the Mayor consults on a new road safety action plan and develops his first pedestrian safety action plan.

Commenting, Shawcross said: "London deserves world...

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