The Vision Zero Cities Journal provides information on traffic safety innovations and the global movement toward Vision Zero.
Vision Zero is a strategy, adopted by local and national governments around the world, that aims to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries.
The Vision Zero Cities Journal is an international journal of traffic safety innovation and the global movement toward Vision Zero published by Transportation Alternatives.
Articles from the 2022 Journal:
The Case for Taxing Large Vehicles
By Justin Tyndall
Driving as a Risk Factor: A New Paradigm for Vision Zero
By Todd Litman
Out of Control: How to Fix Our Most Dangerous Roads
By Sindhu Bharadwaj & Matthew Roe
LA’s Traffic Violence is a Public Health Crisis That Needs Public Health Solutions
By Madeline Brozen & John Yi
Made in Nigeria: The Electric Cargo Bike Revolution Comes to Africa
By Olukokun Tolulope
Jakarta: The Need to Keep Moving Forward
By Fani Rachmita
Towards Mobility Without Gender Barriers in Buenos Aires
By Manuela López Menéndez
Street Safety: Not Just for Progressives
By Michael Lewyn
Indiana Once Again Considering Ban on Dedicated Transit Lanes
The proposed legislation would impact the construction of planned IndyGo Blue Line, the third phase of the city’s bus rapid transit system.
4 Ways to Use AI in Urban Planning and City Design
With the ability to predict trends, engage citizens, enhance resource allocation, and guide decision-making, artificial intelligence has the potential to serve as planners’ very own multi-tool.
LA’s ‘Spongy’ Infrastructure Captured Almost 9 Billion Gallons of Water
The city is turning away from stormwater management practices that shuttle water to the ocean, building infrastructure that collects and directs it underground instead.
New York DOT Status Report Shows Slow Progress on Bus, Bike Lanes
According to a report released by the agency, NYCDOT failed to meet its benchmarks for installing new dedicated bus and bike lanes.
Washington State Requests Federal Funding for Tsunami Preparedness
The state’s Department of Natural Resources says it needs continued funding to map coastal areas at risk for tsunami impacts and prepare mitigation and evacuation plans.
Creating More Green Schoolyards in Los Angeles
Led by the Trust for Public Land, the “28×28” Initiative seeks to green 28 schools in Los Angeles by the 2028 Olympics.
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