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This page contains a list of all past FFDF Newsletters which you can download as a pdf document by clicking on the Issue Number (except very old ones).


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IMPORTANT NOTE: Newsletters in pdf format are no longer published. All news is now put on our blog (click on to access).


Issue No 91 (Apr 2023)  Recent Blog Posts, Disabled Motoring, Twenty Yeas of Campaigns.

Issue No 90 (Feb 2023) St. Pauls Gyratory Redesign,  Mayor's Budget, Evaluation of E-Scooter Trials, The Myth of the 15-Minute City, Wandsworth 20 MPH Limits, ULEZ Extension.


Issue No 89 (Dec 2022) 15MPH Limits in London, A New Money Making Wheeze, Fines for Speeding Rising, Speed Camera Racket, Surge in Driving Fines, LTNs Don't Work and Oxford, H&F and Lambeth LTNs, Fraudulent Traffic Counts, Mayor Expands ULEZ, Mayor's Strategy Failing, Transport Disruptions, FFDF Web Site, Judicial Reviews, Holborn Gyratory, Bromley Policies, Profiting from Parking, CPZs, Letters to the Editor.

Older newsletters are listed below.

Issue No 88

(Oct 2022) ULEZ Expansion - A Fraud, Latest Air Quality in Bromley, Bromley Council Opposes ULEZ Expansion, Spurious Evidence on the Benefits of LTNs, Sadiq Khan's Book, Tower Hamlets Legal Action on LTN, Cambridge and New York Congestion Charges, Telegraph article on Our Right to Drive Freely, The Death of the UK Motor Industry, TfL Board Meeting and TfL Finances, Another Bail-Out for TfL, Truss Victory, New Transport Ministers, Shapp's Bus Fare Cap, Oxfordshire to Ban Cars, ANPR Eroding Privacy, Regulating Cycling, Park Lane Cycle Lane, Electric Cars More Expensive, Number Plate Cloning, Greenwich Transport Policy, Speed Humps, Pay By Phone Parking, Volvo Laser Sensors.

Issue No 87

(Aug 2022) ULEZ Expansion, ULEZ Expansion Cost, Mayor's False Claims, Euston Road Changes, School Streets in Bromley, Energy Security Bill, Train Strikes, Census Results, Road Safety Investigation.

Issue No 86

(Jun 2022) The Police, Crime....and Courts Act, The Queens Speech, Pedicabs to be Regulated, Local Elections Postmortem, Minor Accident in Chislehurst, TfL Performance Report, Bus Routes Being Cut, ULEZ Expansion, Petition Against 20 Limits, Good News and Bad.

Issue No 85

(Apr 2022) Using PCNs to Raise Council Funds, Expansion of the ULEZ, Clogging Up London's Road Network, New York and London Congestion Charging, How Many Objections in Lewisham to the LTN?, Petition re Road Safety in Chislehurst, Driver Education Courses, Road Pricing Is Coming, SUVs and Campaign Against, Manchester Campaign Against CAZ and Bromley Air Quality, London Bus Action Plan, Sadiq Khan Wanted Your Views?, How the World Really Works, Improving Our Campaigns

Issue No 84

(Feb 2022) Making London Transport More Sustainable, Mayor Pleads - Now Threatens, Congestion Tax Changes, London Most Congested City, Travel in London Report, Sadiq Khan's Budget, Sadiq Khan's Plan, More Cycling?, Bromley Road Safety Record, New Deputy Transport Mayor, Legal Challenge Rejected, Slowing London Down, Lewisham LTN Decision, News Wrap Up, Traffic Calming Delays, Tottenham Court Road Consultation, Bishopsgate Road Closure, Letter to M.P., Range Anxiety Solved?

Issue No 83

(Dec 2021) Transport Crisis in London, How to Reform London's Transport, ULEZ Expansion, ULEZ Had Minimal Impact, Air Pollution in London, Electric Buses in Bromley, Electric Vehicles and Pod Point IPO, Vision Zero Failing, Insulate Britain Protestors Jailed, The Changing Face of Car Ownership, Southwark Ignores Dulwich Objections, Car Usage in Lambeth, Closing Station Car Parks, Smart Motorways, TfL Consultations, LGO Spineless, Letter to Politicians.

Issue No 82

(Oct 2021) Roads Blocked by Protestors, Latest Road Casualty Data, Air Quality in Lewisham, Diesel Emission Claims, IPCC Report, Making Electric Vehicles Practical, Electric Cars, Micro Cars and Cargo Bikes, Justice Denied.

Issue No 81

(Aug 2021) Government Powers Ahead with Decarbonisation, Mayor Raking It In From ULEZ, ULEZ Costs Rise Again, Air Pollution Data in London, Subsidies to Electric Vehicles, The Cause of London's Problems, Andy Byford Speaks, Inflexible Trains and Trams, Transport Action Network Lose Legal Case, Changes to the Highway Code, Gear Change - Downwards, Congestion Charge Change, Do LTNs Cut Accidents?, Beech Street to Reopen, New TfL Hub, Lower Thames Crossing, Dulwich LTN, Croydon Decides on ANPR, Lewisham Cancels School Streets, Lewisham LTN Consultation, Walking the Streets, Lewisham Survey Results.

Issue No 80

(Jun 2021) Election Results, The Mayor's Priorities, New York, Expanded ULEZ, Electric Cars, Avoiding Road Taxes, Great British Railways Plan, Transport Commissioner and Mayor's Special Pleading, Millions Collected in Fines, Biggin Hill Airport, Electric Boris Bikes, Crossing Lights at Red, E-Scooters Trial, The Danger of Cycling, Speed Awareness Courses, Surveys Against LTNs, In Praise of the Car, Harrow Scraps LTNs.

Issue No 79

(Apr 2021) More Changes at Bank, Why LTNs are Failing, Delays to Emergency Services, School Streets, LTNs Force Vehicles into Poorer Roads, Judical Reviews, Camden Road Closures, Greenwich LTN, Opposition to Enfield Regime, Horn Park and Weigall Road LTN, FOI Request Ignored, Albemarle Road Bromley, Better Deal for Bus Users?, Profits from Parking, Blackwall Tunnel Fire, Police Bill, Towing Away of Vehicles, London Elections.

Issue No 78

(Feb 2021) Streetspace Plan Overturned, Legal Action Against LTNs, LTNs Not Popular, LTNs Are Collapsing, Pollution in LTN Rose, Nigel Farage's Pledge, Emergency Service Access Problems, Ella Kissi-Debrah Inquest, Turning London Into a Ghetto, Tax Rises From the Mayor of London.

Note: Newsletters published in 2010 to 2020 were published under a different name and are not stored on our web site but can be supplied upon request. The contents are given in this document: Archive-London-Newsletters

BBRAG Newsletters (1999-2009). Note that before 2010 there was a newsletter issued by the Bromley Borough Roads Action Group (BBRAG) which covered many of the same issues. These go back as far as 1999. The BBRAG web site is now archived, but this document contains a list of the newsletter contents which are still available upon request: BBRAG-Newsletters.

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