Vision Zero Cities

What do a Mexican superhero, Uber executives and Janette Sadik-Khan have in common? The second ever Vision Zero Cities Conference, where all were on hand to discuss the global movement to end traffic deaths and serious injuries. Attendees from 36 cities shared local efforts to save lives over three days at NYU’s Kimmel Center. While Peatónito (a masked superhero who defends Mexico City pedestrians) was in town, he showed off his superpowers at some of NYC’s worst intersections: pushing cars out of the crosswalk in Jackson Heights and helping Desnudas cross the street in Times Square.

Missed the conference? You can check out the paper version by grabbing a copy of Vision Zero Cities Journal at visionzerocities.org.

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