There has been no “downward trend” in pedestrian and cyclist deaths in Auckland, despite the region committing to ending traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries, an Auckland Transport (AT) report has found. Stuff reveals vulnerable road users – which also included motorcyclists – accounted for more than half of all fatalities on the region’s roads, with 57 pedestrians and 15 cyclists killed between 2014 and 2020. Meanwhile, a 67% reduction in deaths was reported on roads where speed limits were changed.