Vision Zero Coalition
Vision Zero is about everybody who lives, works, and plays in San Francisco. The Vision Zero Coalition was formed to advocate for the adoption of Vision Zero, and to ensure the implementation of policy concerns from the communities represented.
The Vision Zero Coalition includes more than 35 community-based organizations, nonprofits, and civic groups representing communities across the city, and especially those most impacted by traffic deaths, including low-income communities and communities of color, seniors, and people with disabilities.
Alamo Square Neighborhood Association, The Arc of San Francisco, California Walks, CC Puede, Central City SRO Collaborative, Chinatown Community Development Center, Chinatown TRIP, College Hill Neighborhood Association, Community Housing Partnership, Council of Community Housing Organizations, Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association, East Cut Community Benefit District, Excelsior Action Group, FDR Democratic Club of San Francisco, Folks for Polk, Friends of Monterey Blvd., Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association, Livable City, Lower Polk Community Benefit District, Mission Community Market, Mission Dolores Neighborhood Association, Mission Economic Development Association, North of Panhandle Neighborhood Association, OWL SF, Portola Neighborhood Association, Safe Routes to School National Partnership Northern California Region, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, SF Bay Walks, SF Housing Action Coalition, SF National Federation of Filipino American Associations, San Francisco Transit Riders, Second District of the California State Parent Teacher Association (PTA), Senior & Disability Action, sf.citi, South Beach Mission Bay Merchant Association, South Beach | Rincon | Mission Bay Neighborhood Association, South of Market Community Action Network (SOMCAN), SPUR, Sunday Streets, Tenderloin Housing Clinic, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development, Tenderloin Safe Passage, TODCO, United Playaz, and the Yerba Buena Alliance.
The Vision Zero Coalition is part of the national Vision Zero Network.
To learn more about the Vision Zero Coalition, contact Cathy DeLuca, Policy & Program Director.