In 2015, Seattle pledged that by 2030, there would be no injuries to non-drivers caused by collisions on city streets. This is Vision Zero, which a section of the city's Department of Transportation implements. This is SDOT's page for Vision Zero.
A panel of advocates, journalists and city employees will discuss Vision Zero at 1pm on 10/30, at the Center for Bicycle Repair, 1019 S Jackson St.
Anna Zivarts is the Director of Disability Mobility Initiative Program with Disability Rights Washington. DRW organized recently the Week Without Driving and Anna is a front line transportation observer, on Twitter @AnnaZivarts.
Mike Lindblom started covering transportation as a staff reporter at the Seattle Times has been reporting full time about Seattle-area transportation since 2002 and written many stories about safety topics such as dangerous four-lane crosswalks, distracted driving, the city’s slow pace of adding bicycle lanes, and the hazards of surface light rail. On Twitter @MikeLindblom.