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The City of Charlotte set a goal of implementing a Vision Zero initiative in the 2016 Transportation Action Plan. City of Charlotte staff are working to refine strategies and develop a plan of action fro Vision Zero. To learn more about Charlotte’s upcoming program, visit our website at charlottenc.gov/visionzero.

Quick Facts

On average, there are 82 crashes per day in Charlotte.

59% of people killed on Charlotte roads were not wearing a seat belt.

40% of fatal crashes in Charlotte involved speeding or driving too fast for conditions.

People walking and bicycling account for nearly one third of all traffic fatalities.

On average, there are 82 crashes per day in Charlotte.

59% of people killed on Charlotte roads were not wearing a seat belt.

40% of fatal crashes in Charlotte involved speeding or driving too fast for conditions.

People walking and bicycling account for nearly one third of all traffic fatalities.

News

May 31, 2019 • News
Can Vision Zero reverse Charlotte’s rapidly rising traffic crash fatality rate?

(Sustain Charlotte) May 2017

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May 31, 2019 • News
Charlotte’s new Vision Zero goal: lower traffic deaths

(UNC Charlotte Urban Institute) May 2017

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May 31, 2019 • News
Charlotte’s Road to Zero

(Sustain Charlotte) September 2017

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May 31, 2019 • News
City Council, it’s time to fund transportation plans and programs!

(Sustain Charlotte) February 2018

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Learn more about the Vision Zero Initiative

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