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Vision Zero Boston
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What you can do

  • Visit our Safety Concerns Map, select a location, and add your safety concern.
  • Complete a driver education class – e.g. classes offered by your car insurance company or AARP.
  • Take the pledge to not text while walking, bicycling, or driving, and ask the same of your family and friends. Examples include AT&T’s It Can Wait campaign and the DecidetoDrive.org program created by the American association of Orthopedic Surgeons.
  • Install anti-texting-and-driving software on your mobile phone.
  • When driving, be mindful and aware of your surroundings. Always follow the rules of the road, observe the speed limits, and yield to pedestrians and bicyclists when turning at intersections.
  • When bicycling, be mindful and aware of your surroundings. Always follow the rules of the road, ride with traffic, stay off the sidewalk, and wear lights and reflectors at night.
  • As a pedestrian, be mindful and aware of your surroundings. Stay alert and don’t assume that drivers have seen you or will yield when turning.

How to get involved

Join our e-mail list to receive updates about Vision Zero and specific planning initiatives. Also, feel free to e-mail us at [email protected].

Together, we can eliminate fatal and serious crashes on Boston’s streets by 2030.

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