Mr Livingstone made new pledges for transport, housing, crime, the environment and community relation and set out his key policy commitments.
Continue investing to transform London's transport system - continue improving bus services, modernise the Tube, build Crossrail and improve London rail services through London Overground to raise service and safety standards, while holding down fares
Continue the six per cent reduction in crime each year - add a further 1,000 police over the next year to London's existing record police numbers and maintain a dedicated police team in every neighbourhood
Safeguard the policy that 50% of new homes should be affordable homes; build a minimum 50,000 new affordable homes in the next three years
Introduce 24 hour operation of the Freedom Pass - giving older and disabled Londoners free travel before 9am and throughout the day
Extend the student travel discount to Oyster One Day Travelcards; maintain free travel for under-18s on the buses
Maintain good community relations - continue to reduce racist attacks, which are now down more than 50%
Youth centres for young people - a£78m programme to set up youth centres and improve youth services throughout London to provide safe facilities outside school hours
A£25 a day charge for high carbon-emitting gas guzzlers to enter the central London congestion zone and no charge for the greenest cars, with a London-wide low emission zone to keep the worst polluting lorries out of London.