Upcoming Webinars

June 26, 2024 | 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm | Eastern Time

Looking for quick, low-cost solutions to improve roadway safety in your community? Join us for a webinar showcasing examples, including the MPS SafetyStick™, a device to monitor and help enforce no-parking zones in bike lanes, bus stops, crosswalks, loading zones and other locations. Hear success stories from cities, including Denver, on increasing compliance and safety. […]

Webinar Library

What does it mean when you hear that “Vision Zero is more than a goal? And more than just a slogan?”  It means that advancing Vision Zero is not about working harder or caring about safety more – it is about doing things differently. Vision Zero – and the underlying Safe System approach – is […]
While transportation is most often thought of as how we get  from one place to another—it's also about access and opportunity and our sense of place and community. So, efforts to advance Vision Zero is not just about the work that planners and engineers do, it’s an opportunity for everyone who uses the transportation system […]
Traditionally, vehicle safety has been considered a federal issue. So, understandably, many municipalities have shied away from including vehicle-related safety issues in their Vision Zero plans. But there are important ways that local communities can – and should – add this important Safe System component into their local road safety work. Learn more and hear […]
With increasing urgency, researchers, advocates and practitioners are asking the question: How do we make our roadway safety efforts in the U.S. more effective and equitable? And increasingly, the most promising responses draw inspiration from the strategies used by the public health profession.  While transportation and public health have long shared a symbiotic relationship, unfortunately,  […]
To achieve Vision Zero, we’ve got to recognize and address the disparities in who faces the greatest safety risks on our roadways, sidewalks and bikeways. Today, Black people are killed in crashes at a 30 percent higher rate compared to the white people and those living in low-income communities experience a fatality rate 35 percent […]
Managing speeds is a critical – if not the critical – strategy to advance Vision Zero. Recognizing this, communities are looking for ways to more rapidly pilot and implement effective actions to reduce speeds. And, fortunately, funding – including from the new federal Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) grant program – is increasingly […]
Note we have a resource, Prioritizing Health Equity in Vision Zero Planning, outlining more actionable steps to integrate equity priorities in Vision Zero planning, decision-making, strategies, investments and more.  With growing focus on Vision Zero – safe mobility for all people – there is an important opportunity to align the goals of roadway safety with […]
In the U.S., BIPOC and low-income communities experience an alarmingly high and disproportionate burden of risk on our roadways. The need for change is urgent. And the opportunity is ripe for policymakers, roadway safety professionals and Vision Zero advocates to address this tragic – and preventable – racial and income gap in safety outcomes. Vision […]
How do we know if we are making progress on Vision Zero goals in a community? What are ways to communicate promising steps that may not be visible to all? How about the challenges that need to be addressed? And, how do we continue to learn and evolve to reach our Vision Zero goals?  These […]
The fact that speed is a factor in at least one-third of roadway deaths in the U.S. is well known in traffic safety circles. Yet, for too long, we have made little progress in addressing America’s tragic – and preventable – speed problem.  Why? Part of the reason, we believe, is that we’ve been focusing […]
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