New from Parachute Vision Zero
JUNE 5, 2018
by Liraz Fridman
Provinces with strong evidence-based injury prevention policies have fewer child and youth hospitalizations and deaths from road-traffic-related causes.
A panel discussion on Safe School Zones: Vision Zero neighbourhood
This moderated panel discussion features four panelists and was professionally filmed at the Children’s Safety Village in Oakville. The panel discussion explores: What does a Safe School Zone look like under the Vision Zero framework? Can it work in your community? What are some of the issues and solutions around collision prevention in school zones?
This infographic illustrates various evidence-based built environment and enforcement features of a Safe School Zone.
This case study analyzes safe school zones and explores some of the evidence-based safety measures currently being implemented across Canada.
Who has implemented Vision Zero in Canada?
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.