Vision Zero Research Partnership
As part of the Evaluation and Data Subcommittee Goals, Action Item (2.3) is to “Engage university research partners to design and implement traffic safety research and program evaluations.”
The City of Philadelphia's Office of Transportation and Infrastructure Systems (oTIS) has partnered with ImpactED at the University of Pennsylvania’s Fels Institute of Government to engage Philadelphia’s robust research community on the topic of Vision Zero and traffic safety. In order to do this, we are convening a Vision Zero Research Partnership of both researchers and practitioners to promote innovative, smart thinking around Vision Zero.
Being a member of the Vision Zero Research Partnership includes:
Completing a brief online survey (sent via email in February 2018) about your current research ideas and needs related to Vision Zero
Attending a 1-day Vision Zero Research Workshop (if schedule permits)
Sharing research ideas and needs via the Online Vision Zero Research Portal, which will launch in June 2018
About the Research Workshop
The Research Workshop will take place on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 from 9:00AM - 4:00PM at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
To Join or Request More Information
If you would like to join the Vision Zero Research Partnership, and have not already been invited to participate, please email Nina Hoe at ImpactED at email@example.com and describe your related areas of expertise and research interests.
If you have questions about the Vision Zero Research Partnership or the survey, please contact Nina Hoe, Director of Evaluation at Impact ED at the Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions about Vision Zero, please contact the Vision Zero Program at the City of Philadelphia at VisionZero@phila.gov.
I pledge to recognize that crashes are avoidable and my choices matter to the lives of others.
I pledge to slow down, focus on driving, and put my phone away while behind the wheel.
I pledge to choose to walk or bike when making short trips.
I pledge to bike predictably and stop at signals.
I pledge to spread the word about Vision Zero in my neighborhood.
Each state establishes its own criteria for what makes a crash “reportable.” In Pennsylvania, a crash is reportable if it involves a motor vehicle and:
(a) a motor vehicle is towed from the scene
(b) someone is transported to the hospital in an ambulance or
(c) a fatality occurs (PA Vehicle Code Title 75 Section 3746 (a)).
Involved in a crash? Call 911.