Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

  • December 15, 2022
    Designing Safe Systems: Vision Zero from Policy to Practice

    This presentation will follow the elements of the design process from data gathering to planning, traffic engineering to enforcement, and detail specific measures and actions that each stakeholder can implement to transform Vision Zero policies into results.

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Past Webinars

  • September 28, 2022
    Modern Motor Vehicle Data - The How, Who, What, Where, & Why?

    This webinar will cover three learning objectives. First, it will review information that is both recorded and communicated wirelessly on modern vehicles. Second, the webinar will review the ownership of this information, how this information is accessed, who can access it and how it can be deleted. Third, this webinar will review the utility of this information, how it can be used to reconstruct event circumstances and the importance of doing so.

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  • May 25, 2022
    Road Safety Network Screening: Lessons Learned + CARSP Annual General Meeting

    The presentation will include the purpose of road safety network screening and why it is important to the follow-up city-wide in-service safety review study. Based on various completed studies and research materials, the different ways to complete the network screening study (development of decision tree, identification of selection criteria, and presentation of the study outcomes) will also be discussed.

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  • April 12, 2022
    Taking Action: The Global Plan for the New Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030

    The Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals (CARSP)  and Parachute Vision Zero present:

    Taking Action: The Global Plan for the New Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030

    Tuesday
    April 12, 2022
    1pm to 2pm ET

    This free webinar will provide an overview of the Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030, share the regional call to action for Canada and discuss next steps. We will also share information about the upcoming #CommitToAct 2022 campaign, running from May 16 to 20, and discuss the role NGOs, local government and other stakeholders can play to encourage their government leaders to make specific, meaningful commitments to reduce road traffic deaths and injuries.
    Moderator: 
    Brenda Suggett, Executive Director, CARSP
    Panel:
    Raheem Dilgir, President, CARSP
    Valerie Smith, Director, Programs, Parachute

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  • February 28, 2022
    Tools and strategies for educating the public about autonomous vehicles

    The webinar will share information about new educational tools and initiatives in Canada. It will highlight the importance of public engagement regarding automated vehicle technology and discuss educational approaches to raise the level of public understanding of AVs in Canada. It will also share free educational resources with participants.

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  • January 18, 2022
    The Ethics of Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs)

    In 2020, the European Commission published recommendations from an expert group (of which I was a member) on the ethics of connected and automated vehicles (CAVs). One of the recommendations considered whether and how CAVs should be allowed to break the rules of the roads in the interests of safety. Further work explored expectations around the behaviour of CAVs in relation to rule compliance and how to resolve the challenge of enabling CAVs to show discretion in the way human drivers (sometimes) do. My presentation describes this work setting up discussion on how regulators should engage with CAV developers to optimise CAV behaviour.

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  • December 15, 2021
    The Urban School Transition and Fostering Safe Multimodal Relationships with Students

    Density growth in existing and new communities has created a need to re-evaluate the traditional school design toward one that can accommodate various modes of mobility to enhance safety.

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  • October 26, 2021
    Parachute Canada – The Cost of Injury in Canada 2021 and Vision Zero Work Across Canada

    In 2018, motor vehicle injuries stole the lives of 17,475 Canadians, including 1,759 transport-related deaths, according to Parachute’s “The Cost of Injury in Canada 2021” report. Parachute staff will speak to the report and how it can influence the work we are collectively doing on road safety. Additionally, Parachute will provide an overview of the work being done across the country on Vision Zero highlighting specific municipalities experiences with a focus on challenges and opportunities.

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  • September 28, 2021
    Vision Zero and 2+1 Roads

    In this webinar, Matts-Åke Belin will discuss the evolution and philosophy of Vision Zero, the innovative road safety policy first established in Sweden. He will also discuss some of the most successful components of Vision Zero, including 2+1 roads while also discussing the challenges and future direction of Vision Zero.

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  • CARSP will now be offering, for its members, a series of free monthly webinars on a variety of topics focused on safety in transportation. This is part of CARSP’s Knowledge Exchange and Sharing Hub Initiative. If you miss a webinar, no problem, recordings will be posted here as well. Keep checking back for more webinars on other important road safety topic.
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