Vision Zero

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Research and background work for the Road Safety Plan began in June of 2017. The project team, including the consultant CIMA+ and City staff, continues to work on the following key tasks:

  • Reviewing the City's existing safety programs and similar plans developed by various Canadian and international jurisdictions;
  • Conducting a detailed analysis of collisions that occurred in Kingston from 2012 to 2016;
  • Establishing the Road Safety Advisory Group (RSAG).  Representatives from the following stakeholders and safety partners have confirmed participation thus far:
    • Kingston Police
    • Ontario Provincial Police (OPP)
    • Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO)
    • Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington Public Health Unit
    • Algonquin & Lakeshore Catholic School Board
    • Tri-Board Transportation
    • Cycle Kingston
    • Seniors Kingston
    • Kingston Coalition for Active Transportation (KCAT)
    • Municipal Accessibility Advisory Committee (MAAC)
    • Young Drivers of Canada
    • Limestone District School Board
    • CAA

Three workshops are planned at key stages of the project with the RSAG members and the project team. These workshops will ensure that all road safety partners in Kingston work collaboratively to develop the road safety programs. The workshops are tentatively scheduled as follows:

  • Workshop #1 – Oct. 4, 2017
  • Workshop #2 – April 2018
  • Workshop #3 – Sept. 2018

Please check back for updates and details.

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