Whether you are biking to work, going for a neighborhood stroll, riding public transit, or venturing out to the coast, everyone deserves to be safe moving throughout our county. This is why the Sonoma County Transportation Authority (SCTA) and Sonoma County Department of Health Services (DHS) are collaborating on the Vision Zero Sonoma County project, a strategy to eliminate traffic deaths and severe injuries on city and county roadways by 2030. However, to achieve Vision Zero, we need to hear from you; tell us where you walk or ride your bike, identify obstacles, and help us improve connectivity throughout the county by identifying breaks in the network.
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In October 2019, Sonoma County Transportation Authority launched a Vision Zero planning process in partnership with the Department of Health Services. The Vision Zero Advisory Committee comprises members from all ten jurisdictions within the county, as well as non-profit organizations, community members, and school leadership committed to achieving zero traffic deaths and severe injuries on County roadways by 2030.
For more information visit the SCTA Vision Zero website at https://scta.ca.gov/vision-zero/