Vision Zero: no traffic death by 2030

Additional Resources

Learn more about the global Vision Zero movement and related projects by clicking on the links and logos below.

Vision Zero Network

The Vision Zero Network is a collaborative campaign aimed at building the momentum and advancing this game-changing shift toward safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all. The Network brings together local leaders in health, traffic engineering, police enforcement, policy and advocacy to develop and share strategies, policies and practices that make Vision Zero a reality.

Towards Zero Deaths

The National Strategy on Highway Safety provides a platform of consistency for state agencies, private industry, national organizations and others to develop safety plans that prioritize traffic safety culture and promote the national Toward Zero Deaths vision.

Zero Deaths Maryland: State Highway Safety Plan

Maryland believes that crashes are preventable and views zero as the only acceptable number of motor vehicle deaths. In 2019, the Maryland legislature passed a Vision Zero bill that was later signed by Governor Hogan. The law set a goal of zero motor vehicle-related fatalities or serious injuries by 2030. Learn more about Marylan Vision Zero and the Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) by visiting the Zero Deaths Maryland website.

Street Smart

Sponsored by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, the Street Smart campaign is an annual public education, awareness and behavioral change campaign in the Washington, DC, suburban Maryland and northern Virginia area. Since its beginning in 2002, the campaign has used radio, newspaper, and transit advertising, public awareness efforts, and added law enforcement to respond to the challenges of pedestrian and bicyclist safety. 

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Healthy Montgomery

Healthy Montgomery is Montgomery County’s community health improvement process. It is an ongoing effort that brings together County government agencies, County hospital systems, minority health programs/initiatives, advocacy groups, academic institutions, community-based service providers and other stakeholders to achieve optimal health and well-being for all Montgomery County residents.

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Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center

Since its inception in 1999, the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center's mission has been to improve the quality of life in communities through the increase of safe walking and bicycling as a viable means of transportation and physical activity.