City of Toronto rolls out Vision Zero Road Safety Plan for 2017

The City of Toronto will be introducing 45 new measures in 2017 as part of its Vision Zero Road Safety Plan targeted at eliminating fatalities and reducing serious injuries on our roads.

The initiatives being introduced immediately include:

  • creation of Seniors Safety Zones to be implemented at 12 high-priority locations, with increased pedestrian walk-times, enhanced signage and enhanced pavement markings
  • implementation of red light cameras at 76 new locations
  • accessible pedestrian signal installations at 20 additional locations
  • geometric safety engineering improvements at 13 locations
  • road safety audits at 14 high-risk collision locations
  • expansion of the school Watch Your Speed Program at 20 additional locations
  • speed reductions along 32 additional corridors
  • expansion of the mobile Watch Your Speed Program – including 12 additional pole-mounted speed display units in the city’s central core, and
  • implementation of increased pedestrian walk times at 50 additional signalized intersections.

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