November 16, 2015 BY Vision Zero Networkin News

We Remember — and We Stand for Vision Zero

On November 15, millions mobilized for World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. Here in the United States, thousands of advocates took a stand for #VisionZero, calling for an end to traffic violence that takes the lives of more than 1.2 million people each year.

We were honored to witness powerful actions from advocates in New York City, Boston, Portland, San Francisco and Seattle — just to name a few. Here are some of the indelible words and images from a day that has bolstered the urgency of Vision Zero nationwide.


Related News

Highlights & Inspiration for Winning Funds: Safe Streets & Roads for All
While recent data showing a 4% decrease in traffic fatalities nationally in 2023 over 2022 offers a glimmer of hope, we know that far more attention and resources must be focused on stemming the unacceptable number of preventable roadway deaths and severe injuries in the U.S. The recently announced new round of funding from the […]
Harnessing Public Health Principles for Vision Zero: Near and Long-Term Strategies
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,  […]
Equity in Action: Forging Inclusive Vision Zero Safety Strategies
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 […]
Scroll to Top