Cyclox event – End Road Deaths: Learning from Helsinki

Join Cyclox to seek inspiration from one of the world’s leading examples of bicycle- and pedestrian-safe cities, as we come together to eliminate road deaths and serious injuries.

A cyclist in Helsinki, Finland.
Photo by kwan fung / Unsplash

Guest speaker: Oskari Kaupinmäki (Helsinki's Cycling Co-ordinator)
Wednesday 25th January 2023  6:30-9:30pm  Cheney School, OX3 7QH.

Eliminating road deaths is possible, but must be more than a slogan. Oxford needs a fundamentally new approach to road safety, as shown by cities such as Helsinki.

We need your help to map out what committed actions are needed!

Oskari Kaupinmäki will present how Helsinki – with a population four times that of Oxford – took deaths of pedestrians and cyclists from 20-30 a year in the 1990s to zero in 2019.

Register to attend for free

A 'ghost bike' adorned with flowers, parked on the side of a main road near a train station.  A bicycle roadside memorial.
Ghost bike near Oxford Parkway railway station