City of Boulder Seeks Vision Zero Project Feedback

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*Advocacy Alert*

Join Community Cycles in providing feedback to the City of Boulder on Vision Zero projects. City staff is collecting community feedback to evaluate the effectiveness of street safety projects installed through the Vision Zero Innovation Program.

This quick survey provides a map of Vision Zero projects installed across Boulder and questions about your experiences. You can fill out the survey multiple times if you have feedback on multiple projects.

Click here to fill out the survey.

What is Vision Zero?

The goal of Vision Zero is zero traffic fatalities and serious injuries. The premise is that traffic collisions are preventable, and even one fatality is too many. People make mistakes and Vision Zero takes a systematic approach, prioritizing road design and focusing on speed management.

Both the City of Boulder and Boulder County have adopted Vision Zero as a goal.  However the reality is an estimated 13 fatalities have occured in unincorporated Boulder County and 9 within BoCo cities (5 fatalities in Boulder) thus far in 2021. We have a lot of work to do.

How you can support Vision Zero goals

  • Make a donation: Please support Community Cycles work in achieving Vision Zero goals of zero deaths and serious injuries by making a year end donation here.
  • Sign up for the Community Cycles advocacy email list: Stay informed and learn how you can raise your voice. Look for the subscribe box at the bottom/right of our homepage.