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The Greensboro City Council passed a Vision Zero resolution in March 2018. City staff is working on developing a Vision Zero Action Plan. If you would like to be involved in Vision Zero Greensboro efforts, please contact Lydia McIntyre at Lydia.McIntyre@greensboro-nc.gov.

Resources:
Vision Zero Greensboro Website

Quick Facts

47% of people killed on Greensboro roads were not wearing a seat belt.

There were over 11,000 crashes in Greensboro in 2017.

42 people were killed on Greensboro roads in 2017.

150 pedestrians were hit and 11 pedestrians were killed on Greensboro roads in 2017.

28 bicyclists were involved in crashes on Greensboro roads in 2017.

14% of all crashes in Greensboro were due to a failure to reduce speed.

47% of people killed on Greensboro roads were not wearing a seat belt.

There were over 11,000 crashes in Greensboro in 2017.

42 people were killed on Greensboro roads in 2017.

150 pedestrians were hit and 11 pedestrians were killed on Greensboro roads in 2017.

28 bicyclists were involved in crashes on Greensboro roads in 2017.

14% of all crashes in Greensboro were due to a failure to reduce speed.

Learn more about the Vision Zero Initiative

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