Vision Zero Merseyside

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

thumbnailOutline proposals published in October 2013 - written by members of
  • Wirral Pedestrians Association
  • Merseyside Cycling Campaign
  • Liverpool Pedestrians Association.


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.