The Vision Zero Network features case studies on city and initiatives that are leading the way in Vision Zero policy and action.
- Moving from Vision to Action: Fundamental Principles, Policies and Practices to Advance Vision Zero in the U.S.
- Inter-Departmental Budgeting: Los Angeles
- Communications Strategies
- Collaborating across departments
- The central role of public health
- How can we engage taxi and for-hire drivers?
- Nine Components of a Strong Commitment
- A different approach to traffic safety
Sample Action Plans
Vision Zero plans should be clear, aspirational, inspiring and tangible. Like any good action plan, it should be specific, measurable, realistic, operate on a clear timeline and involve all of the necessary stakeholders in order to be successfully implemented.
Studies & Reports
Data collection and measurement is a key attribute of any Vision Zero initiative. How data is used to communicate about and evaluate progress toward goals should reflect the values of the overall strategy. What gets measured gets cared about — make it count!
- Beyond the Traffic report: How News Covers Road Safety
- New York | Year 1 Report | Year 2 Report
- New York Vision Zero View
- L.A. Collision Data Analysis Literature Review
- San Francisco data and maps
- Bike Pittsburgh's Report on Pedestrian & Bicycling Safety
- A Vision For Transportation Safety: Framework for Identifying Best Practice Strategies to Advance Vision Zero
Strategies and fact sheets from abroad. Vision Zero is an international movement, with origins in Sweden. Today, countries like Sweden and the Netherlands are leading the planet in traffic safety and inspire cities across the globe to create people-friendly streets.
- Australia's Safe System Approach Explained
- The Netherlands Sustainable Safety (SWOV) Fact Sheet | Additional Dutch SWOV Fact Sheets
- Sweden’s Vision Zero Initiative
- Sweden’s Indicator Report (2013)
- New Zealand’s Safer Journeys Program
- UK Department of Transport
Effective Vision Zero campaigns use a sophisticated, data-driven approach, ensuring that the right message reaches the right audience at the right time. Communications strategies should be tailored to the local audience, and followed up with evaluation.
- War is Not the Answer: Framing and Messaging for Collective Action on Road Safety - Berkelely Media Studies Group
- Your Choices Matter - New York, NY
- There's no one someone won't miss - Victoria, Australia
- Can’t reach it, can’t use it. - Seattle, WA
- Edmonton Zeroes in on Safety - Edmonton, AB
- VZ Communications Strategies: A White Paper on NYC strategies
White Papers and Case Studies on topics of interest to cities developing Vision Zero Strategies. Vision Zero is a broad, multi-disciplinary approach to traffic safety.
- Achieving Multi-Modal Networks: Applying Design Flexibility and Reducing Conflicts
- Toward Zero Deaths: U.S. National Strategy on Highway Safety
- National Transportation Safety Board
- Vision Zero Cities: International Journal of Traffic Safety Innovation
- Fact sheet on Road Safety Cameras
- Higher Speed Limits Lead to More Deaths
- American Automobile Association (AAA) Foundation for Traffic Safety
- Integrating Speed Management (FHWA)
Vision Zero has the potential to help create more equitable communities by focusing efforts on vulnerable and underserved populations. But cities and advocates share a responsibility to ensure Vision Zero efforts are implemented fairly and equitably.
- Vision Zero: A Health Equity Road Map for Getting to Zero in Every Community
- Elevating Equity in Vision Zero Communications
- Racial Inequity in Law Enforcement
- At the Intersection of Active Transportation and Equity
- Campaign Zero
- Five Ways Vision Zero Should Address Race and Income Injustice
- Vision Zero, Equity, and Law Enforcement
- Why Isn’t Anyone Talking About This? (podcast)