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Lynne Featherstone: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many road traffic accidents occurred on or near pedestrian crossings in each London borough in each of the last five years; and how many involved the (a) death and (b) injury of pedestrians. [153555]

Jim Fitzpatrick: The number of reported personal injury road accidents that occurred on or near pedestrian crossings in each London borough in each of the last five years; and how many involved the (a) death and injury of pedestrians is given in the following tables.

Reported personal injury road accidents on or near a pedestrian crossi ng by London boroughs: 2002- 06
Number of accidents
London borough 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Barking

176

200

176

100

96

Barnet

331

303

299

225

251

Bexley

100

72

97

89

87

Brent

242

241

192

190

191

Bromley

171

114

116

128

138

Camden

467

475

448

405

405

City of London

183

141

162

149

160

Croydon

390

410

338

278

241

Ealing

371

375

260

180

128

Enfield

281

246

226

187

185

Greenwich

355

248

182

172

188

Hackney

379

413

348

247

197

Hammersmith

371

300

236

219

196

Haringey

306

377

284

179

233

Harrow

121

104

139

88

74

Havering

224

202

180

101

136

Hillingdon

264

224

225

130

137

Hounslow

199

265

247

164

132

Islington

383

364

311

323

286

Kensington and Chelsea

368

377

283

271

259

Kingston upon Thames

100

90

92

89

58

Lambeth

705

697

477

433

414

Lewisham

417

439

327

264

252

Merton

153

174

118

119

83

Newham

373

324

258

184

218

Redbridge

264

165

160

118

107

Richmond upon Thames

140

136

126

98

83

Southwark

676

572

397

360

398

Sutton

155

148

116

83

104

Tower Hamlets

343

325

327

230

221

Waltham Forest

208

209

191

130

138

Wandsworth

509

404

388

238

189

Westminster

936

787

562

666

683



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Reported personal injury road accidents on or near a pedestrian crossing involving at least one pedestrian injury( 1) , by London boroughs: 2002- 06
Number of accidents
London borough 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Barking

45

34

39

22

17

Barnet

82

70

71

51

65

Bexley

25

23

31

16

27

Brent

81

84

61

48

59

Bromley

53

27

31

33

38

Camden

169

175

172

132

148

City of London

61

38

53

48

42

Croydon

109

116

87

94

68

Ealing

105

119

84

59

51

Enfield

53

56

52

28

35

Greenwich

83

59

51

52

50

Hackney

85

115

79

71

49

Hammersmith

101

81

82

73

78

Haringey

93

124

84

61

67

Harrow

23

29

45

20

23

Havering

48

51

34

18

28

Hillingdon

64

46

68

25

26

Hounslow

45

51

41

40

45

Islington

121

116

76

82

81

Kensington and Chelsea

106

107

87

99

95

Kingston upon Thames

30

23

30

25

24

Lambeth

162

169

118

123

108

Lewisham

116

119

78

67

70

Merton

49

57

33

45

37

Newham

105

103

87

60

63

Redbridge

48

35

40

26

34

Richmond upon Thames

39

29

33

29

25

Southwark

143

136

109

102

90

Sutton

31

34

31

17

26

Tower Hamlets

90

81

87

63

65

Waltham Forest

58

58

61

43

37

Wandsworth

130

97

106

76

86

Westminster

307

304

220

271

242

(1) Includes serious and slight injuries

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