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A protest campaign over poor walking and cycling safety

Effective road safety planning: what should be happening

What the vision should be
Road safety planning and policing: what we have a right to expect
Poor Merseyside road casualties should be considered
Other relevant information
Past strategies
Options that should be considered

Merseyside road safety failures

Merseyside / national road safety failures

Merseyside road safety concerns

So-Mo project on pedestrian casualties

Merseyside road safety improvements

Taking action on poor road safety

Current campaigns





Vision Zero Merseyside 2013

The document Vision Zero Merseyside was produced jointly in 2013 by Wirral Pedestrians Association and Merseyside Cycling Campaign.

It contained proposals to eradicate fatal and serious injuries to Merseyside pedestrians and cyclists.

Download the document from .

Read more on the 2013 Vision Zero Merseyside website:

The document was sent to many of the decision makers in the region, and there were discussions with officials, councillors and MPs, but they gave no clear commitments to take action, very little action was taken, and Merseyside pedestrian and cyclist casualties have not fallen - see

So merely suggesting road safety improvements has so far been ineffective.

Last updated: 12 Jan 2020