Vision Zero

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The online hub for the City of Boulder's Vision Zero traffic safety program.


Vision Zero is the Boulder community's goal to reduce the number of traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries caused by traffic crashes to zero. At its core, this goal is inspired by the belief that traffic collisions are preventable, and even one fatality is too many.

Boulder has joined leading-edge cities across the country and the world that are working toward this goal. Reaching it requires safe street design, enforcement, strong community partnerships— and you.

Below you can find virtual ways to engage with the city's Vision Zero programs and provide your feedback on upcoming transportation safety projects.


Vision Zero is the Boulder community's goal to reduce the number of traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries caused by traffic crashes to zero. At its core, this goal is inspired by the belief that traffic collisions are preventable, and even one fatality is too many.

Boulder has joined leading-edge cities across the country and the world that are working toward this goal. Reaching it requires safe street design, enforcement, strong community partnerships— and you.

Below you can find virtual ways to engage with the city's Vision Zero programs and provide your feedback on upcoming transportation safety projects.

  • Making streets safer for bicycling is one of our community's key transportation goals and essential for achieving Vision Zero. To help us fast-track progress toward these goals, we're taking a new collaborative approach. The Pavement Management Program (PMP) is vital to improving the pavement conditions of city streets. Beginning this year we're pairing bicycle safety improvements identified in our 2019 Low-Stress Walk and Bike Network Plan with pavement resurfacing work on key streets. 

    Staff is proposing bicycle facility improvements this year on the priority streets noted below:

    • Folsom Street (Iris Avenue to Valmont Road)
    • Pine Street (Folsom Street to

    Making streets safer for bicycling is one of our community's key transportation goals and essential for achieving Vision Zero. To help us fast-track progress toward these goals, we're taking a new collaborative approach. The Pavement Management Program (PMP) is vital to improving the pavement conditions of city streets. Beginning this year we're pairing bicycle safety improvements identified in our 2019 Low-Stress Walk and Bike Network Plan with pavement resurfacing work on key streets. 

    Staff is proposing bicycle facility improvements this year on the priority streets noted below:

    • Folsom Street (Iris Avenue to Valmont Road)
    • Pine Street (Folsom Street to 28th Street)
    • Table Mesa Drive (Vassar Drive to Broadway)

    You can provide your feedback on the proposed changes by filling out the questionnaire below. 

    If you have questions, please contact Jenny Godwin, Transportation Planner at godwinj@bouldercolorado.gov.

    View the anticipated timeline for implementation of the improvements or a map of Boulder's existing bicycle infrastructure

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