TfL has launched its new Vision Zero Enforcement Dashboard tool, which will enable the media and the general public to more easily access and interpret the London’s roads policing and enforcement data that is recorded by the police.
The Vision Zero Enforcement Dashboard brings together roads policing and enforcement activity in London with data supplied from the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) and the City of London Police (CoLP). The dashboard replaces previously released annual reports of roads policing and enforcement activity and provides a more up-to-date and interactive view of enforcement data.
The dashboard contains data on arrests, Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) issued by the police for public reports of road traffic offences and for offences detected through London’s safety cameras, Traffic Offence Reports (TORs) issued by police at the roadside, and letters to speeding motorists identified through Community Roadwatch.
The dashboard enables users to filter the data by police force, time period (month and year), offence categories or specific offences, and enforcement output.
Data is available from January 2015 to December 2022, and will be updated every month.
The dashboard complements the existing Road Danger Reduction Dashboard, which presents collision data in an accessible format, highlighting the frequency and severity of collisions in the capital.
TfL is working with the Met Police to increase the capacity to take enforcement against drivers and riders who speed and are on target to take action on a million speeding offences by 2024. In 2021/22, the Met enforced 476,685 speeding offences – an increase of 72 per cent compared to the previous year.
TfL’s Vision Zero Enforcement Dashboard is available on the TfL website here.
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