Vision Zero Harrisburg
Vision Zero is Harrisburg’s strategy to eliminate traffic fatalities and serious injuries in the city within 10 years. Vision Zero strategies are in use around the country and around the world. In Harrisburg, Vision Zero is a city-wide program that focuses on safety for all road users: those who walk, ride bicycles, ride the bus, and drive in cars.
In the News
This week’s public meeting at Fire Station #2 at State and 16th Streets was reported on by local news media. Here are some of the stories about the event.
The City of Harrisburg is holding a public workshop on the Vision Zero program to stop traffic injuries and fatalities. The workshop will be held 10 am – 3 pm, Thursday, July 19, 2018, at Harrisburg School District, Lincoln Administration Building, corner of State and N. 17th Streets. In attendance will be city officials, state … Continue reading Public Workshop to Be Held on July 19, 2018 in Allison Hill