Vision Zero collection – Parachute

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Vision Zero collection – Parachute

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Road Safety Strategy 2025 is Canada’s fourth national road safety strategy that provides a flexible approach to allow for jurisdictions to implement road safety programs that meet their own needs.
City of London Road Safety Strategy 2014-2019
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This document describes the road safety strategy’s target areas, programs and their respective actions that will guide the city, the country and their partners in meeting the goal of implementiing programs that will bring a 10 per cent reduction in fatal and injury collisions by 2019.
B.C. Road Safety Strategy Update: Moving to Vision Zero (2016)
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“Moving to Vision Zero: Road Safety Strategy Update and Showcase of Innovation in British Columbia.” is the updated report to the British Columbia Road Safety Strategy 2015. The updated report aligns with Canada’s Road Safety Strategy 2015.
Calgary Safety Mobility Plan 2019-2023
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Calgary’s Safety Mobility Plan 2019-2023 aims to improve road safety to the outlined targets over the next five years, towards the vision of a transportation network free of fatalities and major injuries. The plan promotes continuous coordination among the 5 Es of transportation safety (Engagement, Engineering, Education, Enforcement, Evaluation) and the implementation of the Safe Systems Approach.
Edmonton Road Safety Strategy 2016-2020
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The City of Edmonton Road Safety Strategy for 2016-2020 provides a strategic plan to continue reducing the prevalence of fatalities, major injuries, injuries and property damage from motor-vehicle collisions.
P.E.I. Road Safety Strategy 2015: Toward Zero Tolerance
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The Prince Edward Island Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (TIR) developed the Road Safety Strategy 2015 (TIR RSS) to guide initiatives within the department and to support Canada’s commitment to reduce the number of traffic fatalities and serious injuries. The major objectives of the TIR RSS 2015 are to raise awareness of road safety on Prince Edward Island, to work towards safer journeys for all road users, and to promote TIRs best practices toward these efforts.
Region of Peel Vision Zero Road Safety Strategic Plan 2018-2022
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The Region of Peel developed a Road Safety Strategic Plan to address the approximate 1000 annual roadway collisions on Regional roads that result in injury or death. The plan aims to address a number of priorities outlined in the Region of Peel’s 2015-2035 Strategic Plan by promoting healthy and age-friendly built environments and building a community that promotes safe mobility, walkability, healthy living and various modes of transportation.
Toronto’s Vision Zero Road Safety Plan 2017-2021
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This report presents evidence on the impact of the Safe Systems approach on road safety. It helps guide the development of a strategy and action plan to reduce death and serious injury on roadways, as well as reach sustainability goals.
Core Elements for Vision Zero Communities (2018)
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This resource was designed to help communities set out their Vision Zero priorities, create meaningful results related to road safety, and compare their progress to best practices. The resource encourages leaders to focus on the most effective actions and will help to hold them accountable to the commitment made to Vision Zero.
Vision Zero: Principles and checklist for effective adoption (2015)
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Based on an environmental scan, this document outlines principles of Vision Zero and provides a comprehensive checklist that municipalities can use when implementing their own Vision Zero plan.
Vision, Strategies, Action: Guidelines for an Effective Vision Zero Action Plan (2017)
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The guidelines included in this document lay out key principles and aim to help communities move from the planning stage into the implementation of road safety priorities.
B.C. Community Road Safety Toolkit
Learn how Canadian jurisdictions can make their Vision Zero commitment
February 26, 2020
CEO Pamela Fuselli interviewed at the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety in Stockholm
Ottawa Citizen — February 21, 2020
Comment rendre les intersections plus sécuritaires pour les piétons? (How to make the intersections safer for pedestrians?)
Radio-Canada — January 24, 2020
CEO Pamela Fuselli on the effect of vehicle speed on severity of injury of pedestrians and cyclists
CBC Radio — October 23, 2019
Interim CEO Pamela Fuselli on Vision Zero: Would it work in Ottawa?
Ottawa Citizen — July 27, 2019
Interim CEO, Pamela Fuselli, about Vision Zero on Breakfast Television Calgary
Breakfast Television & Citytv Calgary — May 30, 2019
Parachute VP Pamela Fuselli on “The Road to Vision Zero”
TVO The Agenda with Steve Paikin — March 6, 2018
TVO’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin panel discussion on distracted driving
TVO — September 27, 2016


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