About Vision Zero Texas

Sadly, Texas has been averaging almost 12 traffic fatalities a day,
which is why we work for

Change at the state and local level through the adoption of

  • Vision Zero policies in every city, county and MPO all across Texas.
  • Safe speed policies
  • Comprehensive safety measures
  • Systemic changes to how we approach transportation planning and funding, and
  • Hosting the Texas Vision Zero Summit

The victims and families of victims of traffic violence who formed Central Texas Families for Safe Streets (CTFFS) which serves as a resource for individuals and families who have been affected through loss and suffering from traffic violence involving a motor vehicle. CTFSS’s mission is to promote alternative and safe transportation options through policy and legislation, advocacy, community outreach and empowerment.

Together with CTFSS, and others who are working to end traffic violence, we come together each year on the 3rd Sunday of November for the Texas World Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Traffic Violence. A solemn and somber day on which we reflect and remember all those killed by traffic violence on Texas roadways.

Not sure how to get started advocating for your community to adopt Vision Zero, check out Farm&City’s The Texans’ Guide to Vision Zero Advocacy in your City, County & MPO [PDF]

Texas leads the nation in traffic deaths.
We believe Texas can lead the nation in ending traffic deaths.

Vision Zero Texas - We can end traffic Deaths in Texas

Vision Zero Texas works to prevent and end traffic deaths in Texas, and is a project of Farm&City – a 501(c)(3) think and do tank dedicated to high quality urban and rural human habitat in Texas in perpetuity.

For questions or more information please contact us at info@visionzerotexas.org 

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