Central Texas Families for Safe Streets (CTFSS) serves as a resource for individuals and families who have been affected through loss and suffering from traffic violence involving a motor vehicle. CTFSS’s mission is to promote alternative and safe transportation options through policy and legislation, advocacy, community outreach and empowerment.
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On October 10 and 11, Transportation Alternatives will bring together hundreds of city officials, advocates, policymakers, planners and engineers who come together to learn, exchange ideas, and strategize about the problems facing modern city streets for the fifth annual Vision Zero Cities Conference, taking place at Columbia University’s Alfred Lerner Hall.
Day one of the conference will include keynote speakers, breakout sessions, and a networking reception. Day two will include various “in the field” opportunities, such as walking/biking tours, and deep-dive workshops.
Join us and participate in the bold and forward-thinking conversations that will help make Vision Zero a reality. For more information on the conference, including pricing and schedules, check out the website.
Vision Zero Texas and Central Texas Families for Safe Streets are currently planning on sending two people to the conference, but we are seeking funding to send activists from all over Texas to this conference each year. On Saturday, October 12, there will be a special all day training specifically for people who have been personally impacted by a traffic crash. Please get in touch with us if you are interested in attending this training or sponsoring Vision Zero Texas in the effort to train and empower Vision Zero activists across the state.