High Injury Network

February 10, 2022 | BY Jenn Fox | IN Case Studies, News

Interest in Vision Zero is growing across the U.S. and the world. Many are wondering: “Where do we start?” While every community is different, there are some important common first steps that we recommend. So, whether you are a mayor, a transportation planner or engineer, or a community advocate, we hope the following list of …

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August 23, 2021 | BY Leah Shahum | IN News, Webinars

National Study Shows Pedestrian Crashes are Predictable & Preventable If we knew a certain model of airplane failed catastrophically and consistently, killing everyone on board – say, an average of 100-to-115 people dead every day, year after year – would we ignore the problem and chalk it up to an unfortunate risk of flying? If …

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March 8, 2018 | BY Kathleen Ferrier | IN News, U.S. Vision Zero Cities

How Data is Helping Communities Prioritize Vision Zero Strategies and Funding As more U.S. cities are adopting Vision Zero goals and principles, they are digging into data more fully to better understand what’s happening where and why and when and to whom. Armed with facts and a more nuanced understanding of the problem, Vision Zero …

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February 16, 2018 | BY Kathleen Ferrier | IN News, U.S. Vision Zero Cities, Webinars

Lessons from San Francisco’s High Injury Network Data The Vision Zero Network, as part of its efforts to ensure meaningful Vision Zero commitments among communities in the U.S., recently hosted a webinar with leaders from San Francisco to share their experience in creating a High Injury Network, or the mapping of local corridors where high …

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