Vision Zero

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The Vision Zero Road Safety Plan was received and approved by Council in September 2019.


The City wants your ideas on how to improve the safety of Kingston streets to incorporate into a Vision Zero Road Safety Plan.

Every year, motor vehicle collisions in Kingston result in more than 300 personal injuries and approximately three fatalities.

A Vision Zero plan will aim for zero fatalities, zero injuries and zero collisions of any severity involving vulnerable road users such as motorcyclists, cyclists and pedestrians on Kingston roads.

The Vision Zero model the City is following is used around the world to develop strategic road safety plans.

For more information about this project visit the project page.



The Vision Zero Road Safety Plan was received and approved by Council in September 2019.


The City wants your ideas on how to improve the safety of Kingston streets to incorporate into a Vision Zero Road Safety Plan.

Every year, motor vehicle collisions in Kingston result in more than 300 personal injuries and approximately three fatalities.

A Vision Zero plan will aim for zero fatalities, zero injuries and zero collisions of any severity involving vulnerable road users such as motorcyclists, cyclists and pedestrians on Kingston roads.

The Vision Zero model the City is following is used around the world to develop strategic road safety plans.

For more information about this project visit the project page.


Consultation has concluded
  • City seeks input to develop Vision Zero Road Safety Plan

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    04 October, 2017

    The City of Kingston wants your ideas on how to improve the safety of Kingston streets as it develops its Vision Zero Road Safety Plan.