The ambitious plan aims to reduce the number of people killed and seriously injured on London's roads by 40% by 2020. Innovative measures will help drive forward change and improve road safety for all.

Using detailed analysis of how and why people are injured in road collisions in the Capital, and which groups are affected, it looks to ensure that the right measures are being taken to reduce casualties.

Through this approach, and working closely with the boroughs and the police, TfL aims to make significant progress towards the ultimate ambition - a London road network free from death and serious injury.

In February 2014 we published our six safety commitments, which supports the plan and brings focus to the range of actions needed by us and our partners to make our streets safer.

Our Vulnerable Road User working paper (February 2014) presents new analysis and additional information that enhances our understanding of casualties and risk in London and the specific road safety challenges faced by different road user groups. All the information is broken down for each London borough.

In October 2015 we published Safe London streets: Our approach. This document sets out how we will tackle the sources of road danger, reduce KSIs by 50%, and progress beyond that towards roads free from death and serious injury.