Last year there were 363 casualties involving London buses, including five fatalities.
And while the number of deaths is the lowest on record, the mayor and Transport for London (TfL) acknowledge more needs to be done to make them safer.
The aim is for no-one to be injured on, or by, a London bus by 2030.
Among the most eye-catching is the addition of a sound to electric buses to make them audible for pedestrians.
There will also be automatic braking, speed limiters, crumple zones on the front of the vehicles and better mirrors to eliminate blind spots.
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