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Road Safety Conference: Launch of Vision Zero

19 January 2016 Camden Town Hall on the 19th January 2015 1.30-5pm.

The conference will feature expert road safety speakers and aims to answer questions such as what’s the best road safety vision, ideal, aim and targets (zero versus rate based, % decline)? Who’s responsible and what strategies work?  How can roads become safe especially for the vulnerable – pedestrians and cyclists meaning that smarter travel policies become more successful at traffic reduction, active travel, improving air quality and more?

 

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