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Vision Zero – London Road Safety Strategy


In the City of London, the total number of collisions has declined between 2008 and 2011, from nearly 8,400 to less than 7,500. However, the number of injury collisions increased from approximately 1,400 to over 1,500 in the same period, as illustrated in Figure 1. Following a worldwide trend of agencies focusing efforts on reducing the number and severity of motor vehicle collisions, in 2014 the City of London (the City) developed a Road Safety Strategy to reduce fatal and injury collisions. In 2017, the City adopted the Vision Zero principles, based on which no loss of life is acceptable, making London one of the early Canadian adopters of Vision Zero.

Conference Paper Details

Session title:
2018 TAC Road Safety Engineering Award
Maged Elmadhoon
Road safety