This summer, the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) recently released an update of the Vision Zero SF High Injury Network. The network is the 13% of San Francisco streets where 75% of the severe and fatal injuries occur – the streets that we must make safer in order to achieve Vision Zero. The update comes as result of months of work at SFDPH to link police and hospital records. This innovative process to use the best available data is the first of its kind in the nation and will help other cities create their own systems of analysis. It’s just another way San Francisco is committed to being a leader in safety. You can read a summary of the network, local media coverage of the update or a press release to learn more.