Two-Year Action Strategy
San Francisco’s roadmap to safer streets!
The 2017/18 Vision Zero SF Two-Year Action Strategy outlines the projects and policy changes the City plans to pursue in the next two years to build safety and livability into city streets. The Action Strategy encompasses a range of solutions to address street safety comprehensively and citywide that will bring us closer to achieving the Vision Zero goal of zero deaths on San Francisco’s streets.
Our new strategy outlines the initiatives city departments must lead to reach that goal, the challenges we face and the drive behind our commitment to making it a reality. It is also a look at our progress since San Francisco adopted Vision Zero in 2014, including the number of lives lost in 2016 and the impact of our efforts to bring it to zero.
The strategy is focused on three main outcomes San Francisco needs to achieve to eliminate traffic fatalities: Safe streets, safe people and safe vehicles.
The action items outlined in the strategy are designed to protect everyone moving around San Francisco. The focus is on high-impact improvements where they’re needed most. Multiple City departments will collaborate to achieve this ambitious agenda over the next two years.
The goal is to create measurable progress by the end of 2018 and continue to initiate future strategies in two-year increments that focus on reaching the City’s policy goal to save lives and reduce serious injuries.
Download the Vision Zero SF Two-Year Action Strategy.