This webinar outlined the latest developments in Vision Zero Action Plans and how Federal transportation funding is being realigned with more focus on safety outcomes and new programs created to achieve zero traffic fatalities.
Dana Weissman, Senior Research Associate, Fehr & Peers
Dana Weissman is a Senior Associate with Fehr & Peers and has led high-profile safety technical analysis and project prioritization efforts for cities including San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Sunnyvale, Daly City, Sacramento, and Los Angeles. She is advising Vision Zero work in Denton and El Paso. Through the use of a data-driven approach and partnerships with planners, engineers, epidemiologists, and other key stakeholders, Dana builds consensus around preferred investment strategies that prioritize corridors with the most need for safety improvements based on each city’s unique conditions and concerns. Dana has presented on Vision Zero and other innovative safety strategies at conferences across the United States, including Pro Walk/Pro Bike/Pro Place, APA, APBP Professional Development Seminar, and Vision Zero Cities. Her WalkFirst and Streetscape Prioritization projects won ITE and APA best project awards, and her Vision Zero paper was honored with Pedestrian Committee Best Paper Award at TRB in 2015.
Wednesday, June 15 @ 2PM