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Vision Zero Cities Spring Pop-Up
The Vision Zero Cities Spring Pop-Up Conference will tackle innovative, effective, and equitable solutions to our street safety challenges March 4-5, 2021.
Held annually since 2014, Vision Zero Cities explores the worldwide movement reducing traffic deaths or fatalities on our streets to zero.
In a year in which places around the world are rethinking their street space in response to the pandemic and traffic deaths remain high, this conference will give participants the strategies they need to improve streets in their communities.
General egistration for this event is just $35, or $25 for non-profit employees and $10 for students.
This conference, which supplements our annual fall event, will focus on tools for advocacy and design within the Vision Zero framework, devoting a day to each. Sessions include:
- Design: Thursday, March 4
- Advocacy: Friday, March 5
- Megan Wier of Oakland DOT (Designing for Lower Speeds)
- Will Norman, Walking and Cycling Commissioner of London (Designing for Quick Builds)
- State Sen. Brad Hoylman, (Advocating for Lower Speeds)
- Susan Dooha of the Center for Independence of the Disabled in New York (Advocating for Increased Accessibility)
- Danielle Arigoni of AARP (Advocating for Increased Accessibility)
- Clotilde Imbert of Copenhagenize France (Advocating for Quick Builds)
- Janice Li of the San Francisco Bike Coalition (Advocating for Quick Builds)
- Jackie DeWolfe of MASSDOT (Advocating for Quick Builds)