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

2024 Texas Vision Zero Summit

Friday, May 3rd @ 9:00 AM
Houston, Texas

The Vision Zero Summit is a gathering of elected officials, transportation experts, community advocates, and anyone who believes in a safe Texas transportation system.

We hope you will join us for this enlightening Summit in downtown Houston as we come together to work towards zero traffic deaths statewide, and share tools and actions you can take home to further your work towards Vision Zero.

Join us May 3rd, 2024

– the day after the Texas Pedestrian Safety Forum,  which will also be in Houston.

2024 Texas Vision Zero Summit

Friday, May 3, 2024 @ 9:00 AM

Majestic Metro, 911 Preston St
Houston, TX 77002


Please join us for the 2024 Texas Vision Zero Summit, Friday, May 3rd, 9am – 2pm at the historic Majestic Metro in the heart of Downtown Houston and steps from a light rail station. Coffee and light snacks will be provided in the morning followed by a luncheon.

This year’s summit will showcase groundbreaking solutions and foster dialogue aimed at eradicating traffic fatalities in Texas. As advocates for change, we believe that together, we can create safer streets for all Texans.


8:30am          Networking
9:00am          Welcome to the Summit, Jay Blazek Crossley
9:10am          Harris County Commissioner Lesley Briones
9:30am          Shondra Wygal on AARP Texas’ suite of community tools
9:40am          Nick Samuel, on CAMPO’s Successful $2.3 million SS4A Grant
9:50am          Interactive Discussion #1
10:10am         Brian Rodriguez, Carrillo Elementary Cycling Club
10:20am        Dexter Handy, Washington Avenue Walk Audit Analysis & Lessons Learned
10:40am        Jay Blazek Crossley, The State of Vision Zero in Texas
11:10am         Emmanuel Núñez, I Love 11th Street
11:20am         Garland Council Member Deborah Morris
11:40am         David Fouts – What We’ve Learned as Vision Zero Evangelists across the State
12:00pm        Lunch and open table discussions
12:20pm        Keynote address: Megan Kimble interviewed by Evan Mintz, Arnold Ventures
1:00pm           Interactive Discussion # 2
1:10pm           Closing Panel – Reflections on the evolution of Vision Zero in Houston
                              Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez
                              Christof Spieler, Huitt-Zollars
                              Joe Cutrufo, BikeHouston
                              Zoabe Hafeez, MD, McGovern Medical School at UTHealth HOU
                              Gabe Cazares, LINKHouston
                              Moderator: Jay Blazek Crossley
2:00pm           End


Individual tickets are priced at just $65 each! Or you can become a sponsor and purchase a whole table for your team. Register today or become a sponsor to grant you access to a day filled with inspiration, networking opportunities, and insightful discussions. With open seating arrangements, you’ll have the chance to connect with like-minded individuals passionate about transforming our transportation landscape.

Complimentary tickets are available through our equitable access program. If the cost is a barrier to you attending, please send an email to info@farmandcity.org with a very brief explanation of why you are interested in attending the event.

The 2024 Texas Vision Zero Summit is part of a greater week of Transportation Safety in Houston

While technically separate events, we’re excited to co-locate with other initiatives aimed at promoting transportation safety:

Secure your spot today and join us in shaping the future of transportation safety in Texas!

For more information on SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES, please see this form, which can be used as an invoice.


Thank you to our Sponsors


Anne Whitlock and
Michael Skelly

Jody Blazek and
David Crossley

The 2022 Texas Vision Zero Summit is archived here.
The 2023 Texas Vision Zero Summit is archived here.

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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