Shift the Paradigm

Support Vision Zero, Safe Mobility for All

It’s not OK that 42,000 people lose their lives each year in the U.S. in preventable traffic crashes. Each one is someone’s child or mother or friend.

Help us shift this paradigm from one that values the speed of automobiles to one that prioritizes safe mobility for all road users.

The Vision Zero Network has helped grow the number of U.S. Vision Zero communities committing from a few to well over 60. We’re shaping the first national-level goal of zero traffic deaths. And we’re influencing elected leaders, media, advocates and other influencers across the nation to prioritize human lives over speed.

Slowly but surely, we are seeing improvements in how policies are set, streets are designed, and funding is allocated.

Clearly, though, we have so much more work to do. Changing the generations-old paradigm of car-centric policies and planning that put speed above safety isn’t easy or quick.

Please donate today to bolster the movement for safe mobility for all in the U.S.

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Vision Zero Network is a fiscally sponsored project of Community Initiatives, a 501(c)3 non-profit. For your accounting purposes, Community Initiatives tax ID number is 94-3255070. Your donation is tax-deductible to the full extent provided by the law as no goods or services were exchanged nor provided in consideration of this gift.

Your contribution enables the Vision Zero Network to continue advancing safe mobility, including:

›› Developing hands-on resources that influence how communities interpret and implement their Vision Zero plans, policies and practices.

›› Facilitating peer exchanges for Vision Zero staff from around the nation to share ideas and save precious time not re-creating the wheel.

›› Offering local communities practical support, including speed management workshops, policy expertise, and advocacy support.

›› Providing free informational webinars benefitting practitioners and advocates.

›› Coaching communities one-on-one on the what, where, why & how to make Vision Zero effective.

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