New from Parachute Vision Zero
December 3, 2018
During National Teen Driver Safety Week 2018, Parachute collaborated with RCMP National Youth Services and MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) to form an interactive panel for members of the RCMP’s National Youth Advisory Committee (NYAC).
Distracted Driving: Changing the Culture
A Vision Zero panel discussion held at Espace Desjardins, Montreal
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?
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.