Vision Zero Merseyside

Proposals to eradicate fatal and serious injuries
to pedestrians and cyclists in Merseyside

thumbnailWirral Pedestrians Association and Merseyside Cycling Campaign published outline proposals in October 2013.


DfT road casualty data from 2013 remained poor for Merseyside pedestrians and cyclists
  • the pedestrian casualty rate (deaths or serious injuries) was again the worst in Great Britain
  • the cyclist total of deaths or serious injuries was at a 20-year high
  • 53% of deaths or serious road casualties were pedestrians or cyclists
  • there were two child deaths - one was a child cyclist and the other a child pedestrian.

see here

Active Travel in Liverpool: an unmet opportunity for health and wellbeing.

Merseyside Cycling Campaign made a submission to the Mayoral Commission on Sustainability in July 2014

See here.

Merseyside Cycling Campaign made a presentation to to the Liverpool Council Road Safety Scrutiny Panel in June 2014.
See here.

  • Read the Outline Proposals here

  • Download the Outline Proposals as a .pdf from here

  • Read the responses to our proposals here, including Robert Goodwill's and the Liverpool Echo's.