Vision Zero is gathering momentum in communities across the United States.
From Seattle to New York City, San Diego to Washington, D.C. a number of leading cities have committed to Vision Zero — while many others are considering and working toward such a commitment.
So what makes a Vision Zero City? One that meets the following minimum criteria:
– A clear goal of eliminating traffic fatalities and severe injuries has been set.
– The Mayor has publicly, officially committed to Vision Zero.
– A Vision Zero plan or strategy is in place, or the Mayor has committed to doing
so in clear time frame.
– Key city departments (including police, transportation and public health)
Here’s where we stand as of April 20, 2016:
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if your city should be on the map!