0by30 In Cities

0by30 In Cities

This FEVR Campaign aims at Zero deaths and Zero serious injuries in built up areas by 2030"

The project starts 3 weeks ahead of the European Mobility Week

Vision Zero In Cities in Banja Luka 24.10.2019

ETSC Main Council Members 0by30 support



The “VISION ZERO In Cities” program is a concrete response to the challenge of better safety for vulnerable road users, a goal of reducing the number of road crash victims towards Zero by 2030, in built up areas, starting in the EU and spreading to the world Road Victims can never accept a target where we will still have 50% of deaths and serious injuries.Vision Zero should be the only target that all stakeholders should try to reach by working together, from Streets in cities to the whole road network.


Vision Zero In Cities


We put the spotlight on safe walking and cycling and the benefits it can have for our health, our environment, and our bank balance! Active transport modes such as walking, and cycling are emission-free and help to keep our hearts and bodies healthy. Cities that promote walking and cycling over private vehicles have also been found to be more attractive, with less congestion and a higher quality of life. In terms of individual health benefits, studies show that cyclists on average live two years longer than non-cyclists and take 15 percent fewer days off work through illness, while 25 minutes of brisk walking a day can add up to seven years to your life!

"We all have to help reach this target"

We believe that this target can be achieved and will be a push to reach vision Zero every where by 2050. The target of the Euroepan Commission and Sustainable Development Goals. Dekra have since several years awarded cities who reached the Vision Yero Dekra Map