Discover where road traffic collisions have happened in London since 2006; then filter by year, road user, collision severity and age group.
The map shows traffic collisions that resulted in personal injury and were reported to the police.
Figures for 2016 show that the number of people killed on London's roads fell to the lowest level since records began. From September 2016 onwards, the police have used a new method of assessing injuries and figures for serious and slight injuries are not directly comparable with previous years.
TfL's collision data guide – found by following the Road Danger Reports link below and exploring the Data Extracts tab - provides more information about the data used to create this website. All datasets can be downloaded in CSV format.
The Mayor's Transport Strategy (MTS) sets out the Mayor’s policies and proposals to reshape transport in London over the next 25 years. The Mayor, through TfL, the boroughs, police and enforcement authorities, will adopt a Vision Zero for road danger approach in London. This will involve setting more demanding targets as the Mayor’s aim is for no one to be killed in or by a London bus by 2030, and for all deaths and serious injuries from road collisions to be eliminated from London’s streets by 2041.
You can read more information about the work TfL is carrying out to make London's roads safer by following the Road Safety Reports link above and exploring the Progress reports tab.