Title: Children's Traffic Club (CTC) London annual report for the financial year 2015-16
Organisation: Transport for London
Date uploaded: 8th November 2016
Date published/launched: October 2016
The total figure of 104,506 also eclipses the target set by Transport for London (TfL) and represents 85% of Greater Londonís population of three-year-olds.
More than half of the new registrations were for children from the most deprived areas and/or Black, Asian and Minority ethnic (BAME) groups. TfL says this is important because children from these groups are more at risk of becoming a casualty on Londonís roads than children from more affluent areas.
The report also details registration per borough over the last three years.
While the Childrenís Traffic Club has been used in London since 2003, September 2015 saw the launch of CTC London, a bespoke resource for London, featuring characters that reflect Londonís diverse populations and locations.
The latest figures mean that more than 630,000 pre-school children in London have experienced CTC since its introduction in 2003.
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