The City of Sacramento’s Vision Zero program aspires to eliminate severe injury and fatal traffic collisions of all types by 2027. In setting this goal, the City of Sacramento has committed to making safety its highest priority in deciding where to implement roadway improvements and other interventions.
As a member of the City’s Vision Zero Action Team, we strongly believe that mobility must be an equal priority for the Vision Zero program. We work with neighborhood groups and others to ensure that the City’s actions to implement Vision Zero are thoughtful, balanced and equitable. Read more here.
Stockton Blvd. at Fruitridge Road in South Sacramento. Due to its high rate of traffic deaths and injuries, Stockton Blvd. is being prioritized for Vision Zero improvements.