New from Parachute Vision Zero
May 3, 2019
Parachute is preparing a white paper, to be shared through the Parachute Vision Zero Network and presented at conferences, that will undertake an in-depth analysis of Vision Zero in Canada, examining where different regions of the country are on the continuum of concept to implementation and evaluation.
This flyer lays out what Vision Zero is, why it is needed, and how to commit to implementing it in a community.
Distracted Driving: Changing the Culture
Parachute is excited to be asked to contribute the Canadian chapter to this handbook, set to be published in spring 2020. Matts-Åke Belin, a leader of Vision Zero in Sweden since the early 1990s, and Belin’s Swedish colleagues, are the editors. Their purpose is to “gather our international experience we now have of Vision Zero as a policy innovation and who is it spreading it over the world to other regions.”
Who has implemented Vision Zero in Canada?
Click the icon on the top left of the map to view a drop-down list of jurisdictions that have implemented Vision Zero (blue) and jurisdictions that are considering Vision Zero (red).
Learn about the issue of motor vehicle collisions.
Vision Zero takes a systems approach to motor vehicle collisions.
Parachute has a wide variety of resources that will help you to learn more about Vision Zero, what’s being done in Canada and how to go about doing it in your community.
Only by working together can we drive meaningful change. Parachute has built a Vision Zero network of hundreds of road safety organizations and advocates who want safer roads in Canada.