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TitleVision Zero: giving priority to safety
AuthorsMcLean AJ
Year2001
TypeConference Paper
AbstractVision Zero is an image of a desirable future society in which no one would be killed or seriously injured in road traffic. A vision of zero deaths and serious injuries. It was adopted by the Swedish Parliament in 1997 as the basis for work on road safety in that country. (Tingvall, 1998) Is Vision Zero realistic? Most people think that Vision Zero is a nice idea, but obviously impractical.
Conference NameNational Speed and Road Safety Conference
Conference LocationAdelaide, Australia
Conference Date23-24 August 2001
Page Count5
Notesavailable from CASR library on request

Reference
McLean AJ (2001) 'Vision Zero: giving priority to safety', National Speed and Road Safety Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 23-24 August 2001.