VISION ZERO COMMUNITIES
From Seattle to San Antonio, Durham to Denver more than 45 communities have committed to Vision Zero in the U.S. — while many others are considering and working toward such a commitment.
So what makes a Vision Zero Community? One that meets the following minimum criteria:
- A clear goal of eliminating traffic fatalities and severe injuries has been set.
- The Mayor has publicly, officially committed to Vision Zero.
- A Vision Zero plan or strategy is in place, or the Mayor has committed to doing so in clear time frame.
- Key departments (including transportation, public health and mayors' offices) are leading.
Explore this list of early actions on How to Start the Road to Vision Zero.