September 25, 2017 BY Kathleen Ferrierin News, Webinars

Webinar Recording: Vision Zero 101 – Approach for Mid-Sized Cities

How is Vision Zero working to bring safe mobility for all? What actions are cities taking to enact Vision Zero? This video reviews core principles of Vision Zero and highlights the city of Fremont, California where city leaders have re-evaluated projects and programs through a Vision Zero lens and demonstrated success in a short period of time. Go to minute 28 to view the Fremont portion of the video. If you want more details on Fremont, check out our Q&A with the city's public works director here.

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