Maps & Data

Safety is our top priority

Vision Zero SF adopts a data-driven approach to safety, following the models of the San Francisco Pedestrian Strategy and the WalkFirst program. By using over half a decade of information collected by police officers, engineers and health officials, San Francisco has the ability to identify trends and patterns within the complexity of our city. The Department of Public Health has created multiple websites that allow all residents, staff and advocates to access the information in usable ways, ensuring transparency and accountability throughout the planning process.

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A mix of pedestrians and bicyclist crossing the street.

Vision Zero In Action

In 2014, San Francisco adopted a two-year action strategy and new protocols for tracking traffic fatalities and improving the city’s understanding of Vision Zero’s impact. Read more about how we are tackling Vision Zero and what we are learning:

 

High-Injury Network Map. Links to map webpage.

Vision Zero Maps

Based on years of data, these maps identify where the most investments in engineering, education and enforcement should be focused to have the biggest impact in reducing fatalities and severe injuries:

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