Vision Zero Safety (Transportation): Washington, D.C.
- District of Columbia GIS Program
- The Vision Zero Safety data comes from a web-based application developed to allow the public to communicate the real and perceived dangers along the roadway from the perspective of either a pedestrian The data is captured from a site visitor who can click or tap on a location to report a transportation hazard. Vision Zero is a part of Mayor Bowser’s response to the <a href="http://www.transportation.gov/mayors-challenge" target="_blank">US Department of Transportation’s Mayor’s Challenge for Safer People and Safer StreetsVision Zero requires an all-hands-on-deck approach. More than 20 District government agencies are engaged in the Vision Zero InitiativeVisit the web application at http://visionzero.ddot.dc.gov/VisionZero/. Contact the Vision Zero team firstname.lastname@example.org.Please note that this map is not DC's 311 service request system. Department of Transportation (DDOT) staff will investigate the concerns identified on this map and if necessary Users always have the option to submit a separate 311 service request at http://311.dc.gov/.
- ArcGIS Open Data
- Washington, D.C., United States
- Transportation, Vision Zero, and Safety
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