Vision Zero campaign aims to eliminate pedestrian fatalities in San Diego

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Collision data compiled by Circulate San Diego shows that in 2019, 44 people traveling by foot, bicycle, motorcycle, or vehicle died in the City of San Diego. Overall, 14 fewer fatalities occurred in 2019 than in 2018, however, 2019 still had more fatalities than 2017.

Circulate San Diego and a coalition of 20 organizations say that more needs to be done to make streets safer. They are promoting a campaign called Vision Zero.

The goal of the campaign is to end traffic deaths and serious injuries in San Diego by 2025.

Policy Director for Circulate San Diego Maya Rosas was in studio to tell us more about it.

For more information, go to www.circulatesd.org.

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