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The Durham City Council passed a Vision Zero resolution in September 2017. Program staff is working to develop an Action Plan with the help of a Steering Committee, Technical Task Force, Communication Task Force, Crash Data Subcommittee, Walk Audit Subcommittee, and Plan Review Subcommittee. If you would like to be involved in Vision Zero Durham efforts, please contact Anne Phillips at Anne.Phillips@durhamnc.gov.

Resources:
Vision Zero Durham Website
Brochure

Quick Facts

On average, there are 22 crashes a day in Durham.

A pedestrian is involved in a crash in Durham every 3 days, on average.

Approximately 23 people are killed on Durham County roads each year.

On average, there are 22 crashes a day in Durham.

A pedestrian is involved in a crash in Durham every 3 days, on average.

Approximately 23 people are killed on Durham County roads each year.

News

May 31, 2019 • News
Zero crash fatalities? Durham hopes so

(Herald Sun) August 2017

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May 31, 2019 • News
Vision Zero Durham Aims to Eliminate Traffic Traffic Fatalities & Serious Injuries

(City of Durham) September 2017

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