Safe streets are a priority for us. A number of initiatives are being implemented to improve road safety for all road users – pedestrians, cyclists and motorists. Here’s a list of some key road safety improvements completed in 2011:
View the July 13, 2011, Council report titled Improving Pedestrian Safety and Accessibility for more information.
The City of Vancouver is dedicated to creating a great city of communities that cares about its people, its environment and the opportunities to live, work and prosper.
The City of Vancouver is updating its transportation plan to set goals to the year 2040, and direct the City's transportation decisions for the years ahead. Your feedback is important. Talk Transportation with us and help us create a healthy, prosperous and liveable future for Vancouver.
This program reinforces the idea that everyone needs to take care and be courteous as they make their way around Toronto.
The simple message of “Don’t Be A Jerk”: Always follow traffic laws by yielding to pedestrians, riding with traffic, and riding on the street, not the sidewalk (unless you’re 12 or younger).
THINK! provides road safety information for road users, aiming to encourage safer behaviour to reduce the number of people killed and injured on our roads every year.