All posts in Vision Zero Hillsborough

Hillsborough County Vision Zero Corridor Studies

We need your input! Please choose any of these High Injury Corridors below that you have experience driving, taking transit, walking, or biking along, and fill out a quick survey to tell us the issues that are important to you for each one with which you are familiar. The surveys for each corridor are available…

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Get Involved TODAY!

Gena Torres, Executive Planner, Hillsborough MPOVision Zero Project ManagerEmail: TorresG@plancom.orgOffice: 813-273-3774 x357 — back to Vision Zero Hillsborough Check out upcoming events on the Take Action for Vision Zero page. *NEW* Vision Zero Quarterly Meetings: June 13, 2019 from 6pm-8pm Queen Miller Suite at the Lee Davis Center Save the date flyer Meeting Agenda Overview…

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Vision Zero Media

— back to Vision Zero Hillsborough Vision Zero is an approach to road safety that began in Sweden and has been implemented in that country since 1997. At the core of the worldwide Vision Zero movement is the belief that death and injury on city streets is preventable – in other words, that these aren’t…

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Take Action for Vision Zero

Residents, businesspeople, health professionals, representatives of the media, law enforcement, schools, local governments, and others are invited to collaborate on the steps needed to take traffic safety to the next level in our community! We can’t do this with you! — back to Vision Zero Hillsborough Sign the pledge Share your story Book your presentation…

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Vision Zero Projects

A Vision Zero policy establishes a goal of reducing traffic fatalities and serious injuries to zero. To accomplish this goal, Vision Zero partners are working together to carry out programs and projects that follow the action tracks that are outlined in the Vision Zero Action Plan. These projects range in size and scope, from painting…

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Vision Zero Action Plan (2017)

The Vision Zero Action Plan was collaboratively developed by the MPO Policy Committee, with members representing Tampa City Council, the Hillsborough County Commission, HART Board, and others in 2016 and 2017. Resolutions passed by government agencies and business commit these organizations to incorporating the plan into their operations. The plan has four Action Tracks: —…

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