Equity is at the core of Vision Zero.

A third of San Francisco’s streets run through institutionally disadvantaged communities, yet streets in these neighborhoods are almost twice as likely to be on the High Injury Network.

Half of the High Injury Network–the 12% of streets where 68% of collisions occur–is located in neighborhoods defined as Equity Priority Communities by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority—low-income communities, communities of color, seniors and people who rely on walking and transit as their primary means of transportation. To advance equity for vulnerable populations and road users, Vision Zero prioritizes safety improvements where vulnerable users travel and live.

Achieving Vision Zero means fixing these problems fairly and ensuring that all of our communities have safe streets. Livability and safety are only achieved when all communities have achieved Vision Zero.

Map of San Francisco with Equity Priority Communities highlighted in purple

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