Vision Zero

In January 2014, the City of New York launched Vision Zero: a bold commitment to improve street safety in every neighborhood.


Challenges & Opportunities

Traffic fatalities in the city have fallen to an all-time low; and yet, nearly 4,000 New Yorkers are still seriously injured and more than 250 killed in traffic crashes each year. Vulnerable populations, like children and seniors, are the most affected.


Initiatives

Vision Zero contains a robust set of initiatives to give New York City control over the safety of our streets. From expanded enforcement against dangerous moving violations, new street designs, and public awareness to speed cameras in school zones, upgrades to City fleet vehicles, and reengineered intersections, we will use every tool available to reduce the number of traffic fatalities to zero.

Continue implementation of the Vision Zero Action Plan

Use Borough Pedestrian Safety Action Plans to guide future engineering projects and enforcement priorities.

Transform dangerous arterial roads into Vision Zero Great Streets

What do you think?

This plan affects every New Yorker, so we want you to be a part of it. Share your ideas for the future now.