Kerri Cheek

Senior Bus Safety Development Manager , Transport for London

Kerri leads the bus safety strategic change programme at Transport for London. The innovative and world-leading Bus Safety Programme delivers effective and measurable safety change in London and is successfully challenging the inertia across the bus industry both in the UK and internationally. Kerri has led the development and delivery of the multi award-winning Bus Safety Standard, London’s bus driver fatigue programme, and recently she published TfL’s Bus Safety Strategy.

Kerri has been at Transport for London since 2006. In 2023, Kerri was instrumental in launching a new initiative to build, unite and support women working in the bus and coach industry - Women in Bus and Coach. Kerri is a founding Director, the strategic lead and also the London Region Chair.

My Sessions at Traffex

Wednesday 22 May 2024


Panel: Exploring the Relationship between Road Deaths and Larger Vehicles

11:15 - 11:55
  • Both buses and trucks serve critically important societal functions.
  • The perils of modal comparison – collision rates vs casualty vs net prevention value? 
  • Reducing exposure to risk, safe driving, incident avoidance, severity reduction during impact, and post-crash response.
  • Discussing the success of TfL's Prince Michael Award-winning schemes in the Direct Vision Standard, Bus Safety Strategy, Vision Zero on London’s Bus Network and Implementing a Safe System Approach.