SPUR Forum: What Will It Take to Achieve Vision Zero?

From SPUR:

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In a transformative shift of thinking about safe mobility, San Francisco, San Jose and cities across the country are committing to Vision Zero: a significant effort to eliminate traffic fatalities and severe injuries. How have major European cities, including Stockholm, Sweden and Berlin, Germany, dramatically increased road safety while also boosting overall mobility in recent years? Co-presented by Walk San Francisco and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.

+ Leah Shahum / Vision Zero Network
Tyler Frisbee / San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
​+ Nicole Ferrera / Walk San Francisco

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