This page features 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.
Strategic Action Plans
A collection of national, provincial and municipal road safety plans that endorse a Safe Systems approach and aim toward zero injuries and fatalities.
- Canada's Road Safety Strategy-2025
- Toronto’s Vision Zero Road Safety Plan 2017-2021
- B.C. Road Safety Strategy Update Vision Zero 2016
- Edmonton Road Safety Strategy 2016 – 2020
- Calgary Safer Mobility Plan 2013-2017
- P.E.I. Road Safety Strategy 2015 Toward Zero Tolerance
- City of London Road Safety Strategy 2014-2019
Tools and Frameworks
A collection of resources to help guide the implementation of road safety initiatives focusing on road users, road infrastructure and vehicles.
- The Drug-Impaired Driving Learning Centre (TIRF)
- The Vision Zero Advocate Institute
- Canada’s RSS inventory of “proven” and “promising” road safety initiatives.
- Vision zero: A toolkit for road safety in the modern era
- Vision Zero: Principles and checklist for effective adoption
- Moving from vision to action: Fundamental principles, policies & Practices to advance Vision Zero in the U.S.
- B.C. Community Road Safety Toolkit
- Toronto complete streets guidelines
- Complete street transformations in the greater golden horseshoe region
Communication and awareness
A collection of road safety communication and campaign materials from across the country and beyond.
- Parachute’s Complete Streets – Urban Setting infographic
- Edmonton Vision Zero homepage
- Edmonton Traffic Safety resources
- Edmonton Zeros in on Traffic Safety (video)
- The Difference Between Life and Death (video) – New Zealand Transport Agency
A quarterly series featuring real-world examples of what Vision Zero is and how it’s currently being done in Canada.
- Case Study 1: Vision Zero: The Canadian Landscape
- Case Study 2: Vision Zero: Using data to make decisions and take action
Research and Evaluation
A collection of reports that showcase how data is being used to inform road safety initiatives across Canada.
- Pedestrian and Cycling Safety in Toronto 2015
- Edmonton and Area Traffic Safety Culture Survey 2016: Summary of Key Findings
- B.C. Communities Road Safety Survey, 2015
- Fatal and serious injuries related to vulnerable road users in Canada, 2016.
- ITF (2017) Road Safety Annual Report, OECD
A collection of international perspectives and approaches to road safety.