Vision Zero in Road Safety Grant Program

Thank you to all of this year's applicants! 

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About the Program

The British Columbia Vision Zero in Road Safety for Vulnerable Road Users Program (Vision Zero in Road Safety Grant Program) supports local governments, Indigenous community governments and non-government organizations to advance evidence-informed road safety improvements resulting in reduced vulnerable road user injuries and reductions in the severity of these injuries.

This program aims to generate immediate and long-term injury reduction benefits for vulnerable road users in underserved communities, Indigenous communities, and small and remote communities. It also helps to advance the implementation of innovative, technology-driven, proven and low-cost road safety crash countermeasures.

The program is made possible by the joint partnerships of the BCIRPU, the Government of British Columbia, and the five regional health authorities. BCIRPU is the central administrator of the program. The core funding is provided by the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure with each health authority contributing additional top-ups to projects in their region.

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