May 7, 2019 BY Vision Zero Networkin News

Vision Zero 101: From Fundamentals to Action

What is Vision Zero? How does it differ from the traditional approach to traffic safety? From coast to coast, more than 40 communities across the country have committed to Vision Zero. And, many more are still learning about this relatively new approach to safe mobility. If you’re still unfamiliar with Vision Zero, or want to learn how to strengthen Vision Zero in your community, this one-hour webinar is a must-watch. In this recent addition to our quarterly Vision Zero 101 series, you will learn:

Watch the webinar.

What is Vision Zero? How does it differ from the traditional approach to traffic safety? From coast to coast, more than 40 communities across the country have committed to Vision Zero. And, many more are still learning about this relatively new approach to safe mobility. If you’re still unfamiliar with Vision Zero, or want to learn how to strengthen Vision Zero in your community, this one-hour webinar is a must-watch. In this recent addition to our quarterly Vision Zero 101 series, you will learn:

Watch the webinar.


Learn more: webinar recap


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