August 1, 2016 BY Vision Zero Networkin Case Studies, News

Introducing the Vision Zero Resource Library

We’re pleased to announce the launch of the Vision Zero Network Resource Library. The Library contains some of the best emerging practices and samples of Vision Zero legislation, case studies, implementation plans, studies, campaigns and more from cities in the U.S. and around the world. It’s not a comprehensive archive of all Vision Zero work underway across the U.S., but rather a curated list of select, high-quality examples of applied Vision Zero work in action.

Vision Zero is a fast-evolving movement in the United States, and we’ll work to capture some of the most promising and effective resources from locally-led traffic safety efforts. City staff, elected officials, and advocates at any stage of Vision Zero adoption will find useful information and models that span important topics, from using evaluation metrics to the benefits of safety cameras to prioritizing equity.

New resources will be added regularly. If you know of great resources that should be added, please let us know!



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