Vision Zero

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Vision Zero Houston logo featuring street shared with person riding biking, people in a car, people on a bus, person using a wheelchair, and group of people walking including a child and person with a cane. Tagline: our streets, our lives, our commitment.

Welcome! Do you want to engage with Vision Zero Houston? You're in the right place. Here you will be able to offer feedback, ask questions, pose ideas, and help the City prioritize efforts to end traffic deaths and serious injuries on Houston streets by 2030.

As of October 6, 2020, the draft action items have been revised to reflect community and committee member feedback. Click below to view revised draft action items related to each of the focus areas: overaching, make driving safe, make connecting to transit safe, and make walking and biking safe. Be sure to register to participate!


Everyone deserves safe, accessible streets and sidewalks. That’s why Houston is committed to ending traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2030. We can prevent people from dying on our roadways. No loss of life is acceptable.

Vision Zero Houston prioritizes safety and accessibility in street design for people of all ages and abilities. It requires collaboration and leadership to improve mobility through engineering, enforcement, education, evaluation, and equity. Vision Zero Houston is a comprehensive and holistic approach to safer streets that supports the common good and enhances the quality of life for all Houstonians.

Welcome! Do you want to engage with Vision Zero Houston? You're in the right place. Here you will be able to offer feedback, ask questions, pose ideas, and help the City prioritize efforts to end traffic deaths and serious injuries on Houston streets by 2030.

As of October 6, 2020, the draft action items have been revised to reflect community and committee member feedback. Click below to view revised draft action items related to each of the focus areas: overaching, make driving safe, make connecting to transit safe, and make walking and biking safe. Be sure to register to participate!


Everyone deserves safe, accessible streets and sidewalks. That’s why Houston is committed to ending traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2030. We can prevent people from dying on our roadways. No loss of life is acceptable.

Vision Zero Houston prioritizes safety and accessibility in street design for people of all ages and abilities. It requires collaboration and leadership to improve mobility through engineering, enforcement, education, evaluation, and equity. Vision Zero Houston is a comprehensive and holistic approach to safer streets that supports the common good and enhances the quality of life for all Houstonians.

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  • Data

    3 months ago
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    We want to hear your ideas about how/what data can make Houston's streets safe for all road users. Part of Vision zero Houston is a commitment to end traffic deaths and serious injuries, and improve mobility for everyone who walks, drives, bikes, uses a wheelchair, and rides the bus. We recognize this may look different in every community, so we need your ideas on how to improve street safety in your neighborhood. 

    We recorded feedback from participants of our first Vision Zero Open House on June 9, 2020, heard a few general themes, and posted it here. Check out what community members are saying related to data, like/comment on an idea, or add your own idea. 

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  • Education

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    We want to hear your ideas about the ways in which education can make Houston’s streets safe for all road users. Part of Vision Zero Houston is a commitment to end traffic deaths and serious injuries, and improve mobility for everyone who walks, drives, bikes, uses a wheelchair, and rides the bus. We recognize this may look different in every community, so we need your ideas on how to improve street safety in your neighborhood.

    We recorded feedback from participants of our first Vision Zero Open House on June 9, 2020, heard a few general themes, and posted it here. Check out what community members are saying about education, like/comment on an idea, or add your own idea.

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  • Speed & Speed Limits

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    We want to hear your ideas about vehicle speeds and making Houston’s streets safe for all road users. Part of Vision Zero Houston is a commitment to end traffic deaths and serious injuries, and improve mobility for everyone who walks, drives, bikes, uses a wheelchair, and rides the bus. We recognize this may look different in every community, so we need your ideas on how to improve street safety in your neighborhood.

    We recorded feedback from participants of our first Vision Zero Open House on June 9, 2020, heard a few general themes, and posted it here. Check out what community members are saying about speeding and speed limits, like/comment on an idea, or add your own idea.

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  • Pedestrian Safety

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    We want to hear your ideas about pedestrian safety and making Houston’s streets safe for all road users. Part of Vision Zero Houston is a commitment to end traffic deaths and serious injuries, and improve mobility for everyone who walks, drives, bikes, uses a wheelchair, and rides the bus. We recognize this may look different in every community, so we need your ideas on how to improve street safety in your neighborhood.

    We recorded feedback from participants of our first Vision Zero Open House on June 9, 2020, heard a few general themes, and posted it here. Check out what community members are saying about pedestrian safety, like/comment on an idea, or add your own.

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  • Policy/Planning

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    We want to hear your ideas related to policy and planning which will make Houston’s streets safe for all road users. Part of Vision Zero Houston is a commitment to end traffic deaths and serious injuries, and improve mobility for everyone who walks, drives, bikes, uses a wheelchair, and rides the bus. We recognize this may look different in every community, so we need your ideas on how to improve street safety in your neighborhood.

    We recorded feedback from participants of our first Vision Zero Open House on June 9, 2020, heard a few general themes, and posted it here. Check out what community members are saying about policy and planning, like/comment on an idea, or add your own idea.

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