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VISION ZERO

Vision Zero San Francisco:  Vision Zero SF is San Francisco’s policy and commitment to eliminate traffic deaths by 2024.  PHES Director Megan Wier Co-Chairs the Citywide Task Force, and PHES staff play a lead role in Data Systems and Evaluation for Vision Zero.  Please visit the following links to learn more about Vision Zero in San Francisco and our related projects.


TransBASESF.org: An innovative relational database management system developed and designed by PHES to access, manage, and apply spatial data to inform solutions to transportation problems, TransBASESF.org is a key source of data inputs into Vision Zero SF analyses.  The TransBASESF.org beta was also the key data input to WalkFirst, San Francisco’s award-winning, data-driven approach to pedestrian safety capital planning investments.  A summary of TransBASESF.org is available here.

 

Transportation-Related Injury Surveillance System:  The San Francisco Department of Public Health with the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center (ZSFG) is working with multiple city agencies to develop a comprehensive Transportation-related Injury Surveillance System to conduct accurate, coordinated and timely monitoring of transportation-related injuries and deaths in support of safety project prioritization, evaluation, and monitoring for the City’s Vision Zero policy. More information is available here.

 

Vision Zero Fatality Protocol and Tracking: PHES staff worked with transportation agency and police department staff to create a citywide protocol to monitor traffic deaths for Vision Zero avilable here.  Traffic fatalities are tracked and reported on a monthly basis, here.

 

Vision Zero High Injury Network:  PHES staff developed San Francisco’s Vision Zero high injury network in consultation with the SF Municipal Transportation Agency; the network identifies high injury corridors where targeted Vision Zero investments can help save lives and reduce severe traffic injuries. PHES staff developed San Francisco’s Vision Zero high injury network in consultation with the SF Municipal Transportation Agency; the network identifies high injury corridors where targeted Vision Zero investments can help save lives and reduce severe traffic injuries. The Network was updated in 2017 for the first time utilizing linked data from the San Francisco Police Department and Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital.  A summary of the Network update is available here. The detailed technical methodology is available here.

TRANSPORTATION ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES FOR VULNERABLE POPULATIONS

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