We are so pleased to witness the growing number of people that came together on Sunday, November 20th to participate in the International World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. Not only are the number of communities participating growing, but we are also seeing greater diversity of organizations collaborating and even more creativity in memorializing those affected and working together for change. Bravo to the many community members and city leaders across the country who stepped forward to elevate the importance of this preventable health crisis taking 100 lives each day in this country.
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 […]
As we enter a new year, our resolution for 2016 is simple: continue — and build on — the incredible momentum of 2015. In just two short years, the concept of Vision Zero — eliminating traffic fatalities and severe injuries among all road users — has evolved in the U.S. from an ambitious advocacy appeal […]