Vision Zero

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As a high-level strategic document, the Road Safety Plan will inform the approach that the City, stakeholders, and community partners consider with road safety.  From the City's standpoint it provides guidance on the future road safety measures that can be integrated with active transportation initiatives and incorporated within the multi-year work plans of the Transportation and Public Works Group. These annual work plans will include more detailed information about specific road safety measures, schedule, timing and budget.

In order to evaluate the effectiveness of road safety measures, an annual road safety report that monitors progress and degree of success, will be developed and made available to the public. Since several years of collision data are required after countermeasures have been implemented in order to accurately confirm an improvement, it will be at least five years before the program's overall effectiveness can begin to be evaluated.

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Vision Zero Road Safety Plan now available for review

June 5, 2019 - The City has posted the draft Vision Zero Road Safety Plan (RSP) for public...

Online survey to develop Vision Zero Road Safety Plan

November 14, 2017 - How can the City of Kingston improve the safety of Kingston streets...

City seeks input to develop Vision Zero Road Safety Plan

October 4, 2017 - The City of Kingston wants your ideas on how to improve the safety of...