New figures show there were fewer road traffic collisions in Kensington and Chelsea in 2015 than in any year since records began.
Transport for London (TfL) data shows there were 632 collisions on the Royal borough streets in 2015 - the lowest figure since records began in 1990.
The 632 collisions resulted in 708 casualties and represents a 11% fall in collisions to the previous year (2014) and a 10% drop in casualties.
Serious casualties dipped over the same period from 67 to 48 - a fall of 28%, and slight casualties were also down nine per cent from 721 to 656.
In addition, cyclist casualties fell by 19% and pedestrian casualties by 14%.
However, there was some bad news with motorcyclist casualties increasing by 5.1 per cent from 198 in 2014 to 208 in 2015, making them the largest casualty group in the borough. Three of the four fatalities during the year were motorcyclists.
“Road traffic accidents can be fatal and life-changing events so the fact that we have recorded our lowest figures for 25 years ago is greatly welcomed,” said Cllr Tim Coleridge, cabinet member for transport.
“A lot of factors have contributed to this fall but one of them is certainly the Council’s determination to identify and improve accident black-spots and ensure that the road safety message is heard everywhere, and particularly in our schools.
“This is something in which we have invested a lot of money and a great deal of effort. These shrinking accident figures are exactly the return on investment we were looking for.”