Vision Zero: a strategy to eliminate all traffic fatalities and severe injuries, while increasing safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all
We will provide frequently updated data on a map of all traffic accidents, pedestrian and bike accidents, so funds can be allocated correctly.
- Analyze city's progress on traffic calming and provide recommendations on planners how to expand traffic calming.
- Audit and recommend changes to dangerous roads and unsafe conditions for pedestrians and bikers.
- Provide financial transparency and open data on the city's expenditures on safe streets and vision zero.
- Holding city officials and departments accountable for failing to act on vision zero, through public reports, analysis, and transparent data.
- Ensure the city is conducting regular community outreach and is working with residents by assessing the city's current outreach program on Vision Zero and provide recommendations on improvement.
The Los Angeles Safe Streets for All Initiative
will create over 1,500 miles of safer, greener, and more efficient streets in LA. It will require the City of Los Angeles to implement its Mobility Plan 2035
whenever the City repaves or otherwise works on a street.