Vision Zero 20/20: How Pedestrian Safety Is Enhanced Through Vision Zero

by | March 5, 2020 | Vision Zero | 0 comments

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There is much planning underway to improve pedestrian safety in Philadelphia.  At the upcoming 20/20 Vision for Vision Zero Philadelphia conference,  attendees will learn from Akshay Malik of oTIS and Heather Martin of WSP-USA the results of an in depth analysis of pedestrian crashes and Alice Friedman will share the knowledge and experience that New York City DOT has gained in putting in all kinds of traffic calming and bicycle infrastructure to protect pedestrians.

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Representatives of two organizations; Pat Murdock of the American Bible Society and Broader Mall Partners and Chris Dougherty of Delaware River Waterfront Corporation, will report on the capital projects they are leading that are designed to enhance pedestrian safety.

Good stuff! But, you have to register to hear their talks!  Please join us on March 7th at Temple University for our annual Vision Zero Conference.

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