City of Cleveland Launches Vision Zero CLE Website

Last year, 74 people died in traffic crashes on Cleveland’s streets. In response to the number of crashes causing death and serious injury to people, the City of Cleveland has formed a taskforce and launched a new website for Vision Zero Cleveland, an initiative that seeks to eliminate traffic fatalities and serious injuries for all road users. The website includes information and resources on what Vision Zero is and data for where traffic crashes happen.

There are many ways you can get involved right now:

  • Take the survey to inform content in our action plan
  • Register for the Keynote Event, featuring inspirational speaker Karin Korb
  • Sign up for the newsletter to stay in the loop and get information on upcoming community meetings

As the City seeks to create and implement an Action Plan that guides Cleveland towards its goal of zero deaths and fatalities, the Vision Zero website will serve as a hub for distributing updates and information during the planning process. The website also includes information on events and opportunities for feedback and input. Residents are strongly encouraged to take the survey under the “Action Plan” tab.

Started in 2018, the Vision Zero initiative is supported by the City of Cleveland, Cleveland City Council, and various community stakeholders invested in creating a safe and equitable transportation network. Read more about Vision Zero at visionzerocle.org.