Public Engagement Checkpoint #2: Learning from Your Experiences
Our second public engagement checkpoint for the Vision Zero Action Plan concluded on October 30, 2020. This conversation focused on learning from your experiences. Staff are now reviewing the feedback we received, and we will share a summary as soon as it is available.
County staff completed analysis of crash reports, and we learned a lot about where and how collisions occur.
But we know it’s not the whole story. To take action on safety issues before crashes occur, we asked the people who travel in Arlington every day.
Here’s how we collected feedback in the second public engagement checkpoint:
Virtual Public Meetings
We hosted two public engagement meetings for you to learn more, ask questions about our crash analysis work, and help build our shared knowledge about transportation safety.
Fecha: 30 Septiembre de 2020
Hora: A las 7 de la tarde
Date: October 1, 2020
Online Feedback Form
The online feedback form allowed people to tell us about their experiences when walking, biking, rolling, or driving in Arlington. The form included an interactive map, where users marked the location of transportation safety issues that you have noticed or experienced first-hand.
Dial-In Comment Line
We accepted comments on your transportation safety experiences by phone as well. Phone prompts were available in English and Spanish, and the feedback was included with the online form feedback for review.
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Engagement Checkpoint #1 – Your Transportation Safety Goals and Priorities
The County hosted its first public open house for the Vision Zero Program on January 28, 2020 at Washington-Liberty High School. County staff members from DES, CPHD, DPR, OEM, DHS, and ACPD attended the meeting, along with Arlington Transportation Partners and Arlington Public Schools. More than 65 members of the public attended the meeting and participated in both informative and interactive activities targeted at understanding the community’s goals and priorities with regard to safe transportation. Here’s a summary of what we learned:
- View the Vision Zero community input summary for phase 1.
You can find the information shared at the open house below:
- Vision Zero Overview
- Vision Zero and Safety in Arlington
- Existing Efforts
- Action Plan
Este información también está disponible en español.
- Visión Cero – Vista General
- Visión Cero en el Condado de Arlington
- Esfuerzos Existentes
- Plan de Acción – Visión Cero
- Objectivos Preliminares de Visión Cero