We want to make roads, sidewalks and trails in Kitchener safer for all ages, abilities, and modes of transportation. The City is developing a Vision Zero strategy and we’re looking forward to your feedback and input on the plan.  

Vision Zero is a new way of thinking about creating safer roads. The City’s long-term vision is to reduce collisions involving serious injury and fatality to zero for any type of road users including drivers, cyclists, pedestrians, transit users and people using mobility devices. The strategy will offer guidance on building and designing roads, supporting law enforcement, educating residents, and finding solutions for specific concerns in our neighbourhoods.     

The City is taking a multi-step approach towards meeting the Vision Zero goal. The draft strategy includes clear actions items that will be informed based on your input and evaluated and revised to ensure continuous progress towards the Vision Zero goal.  

The survey is open until Friday, Nov. 5, 2021. Staff will be reviewing the input and preparing a four-year strategy for Vision Zero that will go to Council in December. To share your feedback on the Vision Zero strategy, visit www.engagewr.ca/visionzero.