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

2023 Texas Vision Zero Summit

Austin, TX

The people of Texas deserve a transportation system where we aren’t putting our lives and wellbeing at risk in order to meet our daily needs. 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 two-day summit in downtown Austin 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 later this summer for the Texas Vision Zero Summit


Registration Information Coming Soon

Full In-Person Registration: $295
Nonprofit / Government / Volunteer Advocate In-Person Registration: $95
Virtual Registration: $35
Volunteers: Complimentary with four hour commitment


Scholarships are available. If the cost of registration is a barrier for you to join this effort to end traffic deaths, please send an email to info@farmandcity.org.

If your firm or organization is interested in sponsoring the Texas Vision Zero Summit, please see our sponsorship opportunity form, register as a sponsor online, or reach out to us at info@farmandcity.org for more information. All sponsors will receive complimentary passes, recognition, and opportunities to collaborate on the mission to further Vision Zero across Texas, commensurate with level of sponsorship. Please ask if you want to bring special elements to the summit experience.

Information about the 2022 Texas Vision Zero Summit can be found 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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