January 30, 2023 BY Leah Shahumin News

Wins & Wrecks for Vision Zero

Not all Vision Zero, or roadway safety efforts, are created equal. Sometimes, unfortunately, the “walk” falls short of the “talk” amongst those committing to Vision Zero.

Who’s on the right track and who could use a course correction? Read about what we consider some of the bright spots – and disappointments – in today’s Vision Zero movement. We hope this will, in some cases, inspire and, in other cases, encourage a change of course. 


Learn more about How to start on the road to Vision Zero and analysis on How we can make progress nationally on Vision Zero.

Read about U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s call to action to the nation’s mayors to lead on Vision Zero.

Do you want to get more involved in the push for Vision Zero – safe mobility for all? Sign up for our monthly Vision Zero Network e-newsletter and join your local street safety advocacy organization (or start your own!).


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