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Vision Zero

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Envisioning No Traffic Deaths

Put the keys away and grab a sober friend, call a taxi, take public transportation home or use the SaferRide app. 

Download the SaferRide app to help you identify your location and call a taxi or a friend for a ride 
The app is available for Android devices on Google Play, and Apple devices on the iTunes store.

Drive Safely Dunedin.
Vision ZeroVision Zero is a multi-national road traffic safety project that aims to achieve a roadway system with no fatalities or serious injuries in road traffic. A core principle of the vision is that 'Life and health can never be exchanged for other benefits within the society'.

Traffic deaths are preventable
It is up to all of us to be aware. Look for people walking, bicycling
as well as motorists

For Motorists
• Slow down. Speed is the cause of 32% of all fatal crashes.
• Reduce tempers. Just cool it.
• Avoid distractions while driving. Focus on the road.
• Pass bicyclists safely. Allow at least three feet between your vehicle and the bicyclist.

Drive Friendly Dunedin
Every bicyclist and pedestrian is important to someone.
1 in 4 traffic fatalities is a pedestrian.

1 in 20 traffic fatalities is a bicyclist.

 Pedestrian and Bicyclist Crash Facts for Pinellas (2014)

   Pedestrians  Bicyclist
Fatalities 41  7
 Injuries 433  519

Pedestrian and Bicyclist Crash Facts for Florida (2014)

   Pedestrians  Bicyclist
 606  135
 Injuries  7,737  6,680

For Pedestrians
• Always use the crosswalk. Push the button to get the walk signal.

• Be visible. Wear bright, reflective colors on your clothes, shoes, belts and wristbands.

Walk Friendly Dunedin.

For Bicyclists
• Always wear a helmet. Ride in the same direction of traffic on the street.
• Yield to traffic when appropriate. It’s better to yield than “be in the right” and risk injury.
• Be visible. Position yourself in the lane so others can easily see you. Always use a headlight and taillight at night.

Bicycle Friendly Dunedin.
Remember, safety doesn’t happen by accident