We'd like to hear from you! Share with us your experiences along San Antonio's streets to help create a better Vision Zero Action Plan. We appreciate you taking 5 minutes to complete the survey.

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* How safe do you feel while WALKING, CYCLING, or using PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION in our City?

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Please provide specific areas or street intersections where you feel less safe and share your reasons.

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What do you believe are the most critical transportation safety issues in our city? Choose your top three concerns.

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* Have you heard of Vision Zero and its safety campaigns and educational initiatives in our city?

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Are there specific street-related issues that you believe need more education or awareness to improve road safety?

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In your opinion, which intersections, crosswalks, or roadways pose the highest risk for crashes or injuries? In the upper right corner, you can "add a point" and drop a pin on the intersection. Please tell us what we could do to improve or enhance safety for pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers in these locations.

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How can the City better involve and include residents from diverse backgrounds and neighborhoods in the planning and implementation of the Vision Zero Action Plan? What strategies do you think would ensure that the plan addresses the unique needs of different communities?

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2015

Vision Zero in San Antonio was establis in 2015. San Antonio’s Vision Zero Action Plan was the first in Texas and followed cutting-edge guidance at the time.

 

Vision Zero CCR page 1

Vision Zero CCR page 2

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2016- Ongoing: Establishing Safety Improvements

The City has embarked on numerous safety-focused infrastructure projects and policies, including deploying dozens of mid-block crossings on high-injury corridors around the city - improving safety for pedestrians crossing busy roadways like Fredericksburg Rd., Culebra Rd. and West Commerce.

elderly woman crossing fredericksburg road

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2024: Update the Vision Zero Action Plan

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Open House for Vision Zero SA Action Plan

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Open House #2 for Vision Zero SA Action Plan