Figure 13 shows Hackney’s rate of Killed or Seriously Injured (KSI) on the roads per 100,000 resident population, alongside the national and regional averages and rates for Hackney’s statistical peers. Hackney’s rate of 38 per 100,000 is higher than the London average, but similar to the national average and many of its statistical peers.

The rate of KSI in the City of London is 754 per 100,000 resident population. However, as discussed in Section 8.4.3, this does not accurately reflect road safety in the City, as the number of people KSI in the City includes the large non-resident daytime population, which inflates the reported figure.

Figure 13: Rate of people KSI on the roads per 100,000 resident population (all ages, 2012-14)

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Rate of people killed or seriously injured (KSI) on the roads per 100,000 resident population (all ages, 2012-14)

Source: Public Health Outcomes Framework

Figure 14 shows recent trends in KSI rates in Hackney, London and England. There has been a general downward trend in local, regional and national rates over the period shown.

Figure 14: Rate of people KSI on the roads, all ages, per 100,000 resident population (2009-11 to 2012-14)

shows recent trends in KSI rates in Hackney, London and England. There has been a general downward trend in local, regional and national rates over the period shown.