Vision Zero is a multi-national traffic safety initiative that was founded in Sweden in the late 1990s. It’s based on the philosophy that no one should be killed or seriously injured within the road transport system. Ultimately, the main goal of Vision Zero is to achieve zero fatalities or serious injuries on the road. One of the Kamloops Transportation Master Plan's strategic directions is to “develop and implement a comprehensive Vision Zero Road Safety Strategy that outlines goals and measures to achieve a target of zero collisions causing fatalities or serious injuries by 2039.”

To view the overview of the strategy with crash data analysis, click here.

The City gathered input from stakeholders and the public in 2022. This information, along with collision data review, crash analyses, and input from industry partners, was compiled in a report presented to Committee of the Whole on October 24, 2023 and adopted at Council on October 31, 2023.

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