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Flood in N4

Get the latest updates on the flood around Queen’s Drive. If you’re still affected, please contact Thames Water.

Road safety

We work with schools, nurseries, colleges and local community groups and businesses to to reduce road collisions and casualties and raise awareness of road safety issues across the borough.

Road safety education and work with schools

We visit schools to help children learn about road safety. Children respond to lively, stimulating lessons and it is our aim to make these sessions memorable for the children as well as providing them with advice that could help prevent them being injured on our roads.

Junior road safety officers

Two children from year 5 are recruited to become junior road safety officers at their school. Their job is to promote road safety issues within the school and local community, becoming the school’s road safety champions.

School keep clear markings

You can be fined for parking on keep clear marking outside schools – you’re putting children and others at risk if you park or wait on them during school drop off and pick up times as it makes it difficult for other drivers to see them behind the parked cars.

Cycle training

Cycling is a healthy, low cost, environmentally friendly way to travel, as well as a good way to keep fit. We offer a variety of free cycle skills activities for people who live, work or study in Hackney to improve cycling skills and confidence. Sessions are available seven days a week, and we can arrange them at times and locations to suit you. Please email cycletraining@hackney.gov.uk.

Help make your community safer by volunteering with Community Roadwatch

For more information, please check the TfL Community Roadwatch website.

Page updated on: 18 June 2019

Road Safety

Address

Streetscene
Hackney Service Centre
1 Hillman Street

Telephone

Opening times

  • Mon to Fri, 9am - 5pm