Road traffic injuries (RTIs) are the only public health problem where society and decision makers still accept death and disability on a large scale among young people. This human sacrifice is deemed necessary to maintain high levels of mobility and is seen as a necessary “externality” of doing business. Discussion only revolves around the number of deaths and injuries we are willing to accept. The sole departure from this mode of thinking is the “Vision Zero” that originated in Sweden. In October 1997, the Road Traffic Safety Bill founded on Vision Zero was passed by a large majority in the Swedish parliament. The Vision Zero is that eventually no one will be killed or seriously injured within the road transport system. However, even in Sweden, believers are few.