Thank you very much, Mayor. That is very helpful. I am sure we can now work to prompt Southwark to submit for Borough Spending Plan support.
Can I just call into question, perhaps, the general methodology that is used by councils, and to some extent TfL, about assessing where resources should be applied for accidents? There does seem to be this methodology which looks at accidents after they have happened, and yet the Health and Safety Executive's whole modern approach is about pre-emptive risk assessments, looking for the features and the characteristics of a place where an accident may happen.
Very often communities, it seems to me, know where the danger spots are. There is a degree of self-censorship; people do not go through certain areas or do not allow their children through certain areas. Do you think it is time that we actually looked at the basic ad hoc methodology that is being applied at the moment, to see if there is a more pre-emptive approach we could be taking to traffic safety in the whole of London?