London Transport Data


Data about transport in London!

Trend in London cyclist casualties by severity

Transport for London’s factsheets and reports on collisions and casualties in London can be found here. General reports covering all modes are published annually (first as factsheets then in more detailed reports), while topic-specific factsheets, for example on pedestrians or cyclists only, are less frequent.

The latest factsheet on cyclist casualties was published in November 2010 and reported on casualties in 2009, with breakdowns by borough, age, gender etc. It also includes a table summarising the trend in cycle casualties in London as a whole since 1986. We have extracted the data from this table and added 2010 data from the most recent all-modes factsheet. The chart below shows the trend, and you can download the resulting table in csv from this link.

London cyclist casualties trend 1986-2010

Filed under: Cycling, Data, Historic, London, Report, Safety, TfL

20mph zones

The 2008 report ‘20 mph zones and Road Safety in London: A report to the London Road Safety Unit‘ includes a range of data and analysis concerning the growth of 20mph zones in London and their impact on safety.

We have converted two tables from the report into csv format and you can download them below:

Filed under: Boroughs, Data, Historic, London, Report, Speed, TfL

What’s this site for?

We set up this site because we wanted a single place where people could find data relevant to transport in London. There are a lot of reports and statistics published by Transport for London, the Department for Transport and others, but scattered between different sources. Even more has been published through Freedom of Information requests or produced by citizens or community groups, but has never been brought together into a single, searchable resource.

This site is intended to create such a resource by bringing together the most relevant data to enable the wider community to understand the state of London’s transport. Initially we will probably focus on cycling and pedestrian data, but we intend to widen the scope over time.

We want this site to be a resource for the wider community interested in London’s transport, and we also want your help. If you have any ideas for data to include, whether it is official statistics or the results of a FOI request, please let us know by leaving a comment.

Filed under: Admin