On November 5, 2019, the Niagara Region sought Regional Council approval to adopt the Vision Zero Road Safety Program. The program aims to implement Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE), Red Light Cameras (RLCs), and Community Safety Zones to cut deaths and injuries on the road down to zero. In order to move forward with the program all 12 LEMs must agree upon a funding formula. On May 2, 2022 Grimsby agreed to implement the program after already rejecting the project twice. Now that all 12 municipalities are onboards the region hopes the program will go live later this year.