Discover where road traffic collisions have happened in London since 2005; 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 2015 show that the number of people Killed or Seriously Injured (KSI) on London's roads fell to the lowest level since records began.
TfL's collision data guide – found by following the Road Safety 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.
Safe Streets for London, London's road safety plan, set out the ambition to work towards roads free from death and serious injury and the Mayor's new target is to halve the number of KSIs by 2020 compared to the Government baseline.
You can read more information about the work TfL is carrying out to make London's roads safer and TfL’s safety action plans for cyclists, pedestrians and motorcyclists, by following the Road Safety Reports link above and exploring the Progress reports tab.