Support for Vision Zero
Achieving zero fatalities requires leadership and commitment from city agencies, elected officials, community stakeholders, the public and the private sector to find the right solutions for San Francisco. Support from the City and County of San Francisco has been strong, with city departments and agencies passing resolutions in support of Vision Zero. These resolutions are supported by a new level of energy and commitment to teamwork for tackling road safety issues.
San Francisco County Transportation Authority Vision Zero Committee
The San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) Vision Zero Committee is comprised of five members of Board of Supervisors acting as Transportation Authority Commissioners and meets quarterly; this meeting is also open to the public.
Jane Kim, Chair • Norman Yee, Vice Chair • Mark Farrell • Eric Mar • Scott Wiener
Agencies / Departments who have passed resolutions include:
Office of the Mayor
SF Board of Supervisors
SF Municipal Transportation Agency
SF Police Department
SF Department of Public Health
SF Planning Department
SF Unified School District
SF Youth Commission
SF Mayor’s Disability Council
SF International Airport
SF Recreation and Parks
Funding that is supporting Vision Zero’s goal
The City has identified a range of funding sources to support implementation of the action items supporting Vision Zero. Funding will come from the recently enacted Proposition A as well as Propositions B and K1; the State Transportation Improvement Program – Transportation Enhancement (STIP-TE) program; the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS); the Active Transportation Program (ATP); and other regional, state and federal funding sources.