SFCTA Citizens Advisory Committee Meeting

Agenda

Items of Note:

6:45 9. Vision Zero Update – INFORMATION*

On February 25, 2014, through Resolution 14-58, the Transportation Authority established an ad hoc Vision Zero Committee to support the City’s efforts to take comprehensive and coordinated actions to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety in the near-term. Megan Wier, with the San Francisco Department of Public Health and co-chair of the Vision Zero Steering Committee, and John Knox-White, with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, will present updates on recent Vision Zero activities and a look ahead to the first Vision Zero Committee meeting, which we anticipate will be held on April 10. This is an information item.

 

 

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