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The Vision Zero Action Plan was released in 2014 and outlined 63 separate initiatives that the Mayor's Office and a number of City Agencies are undertaking to reduce death and serious injury on our streets. Since then, the Vision Zero Task Force has added an additional 88 new initiatives (40 new initiatives were introduced in 2015, 22 were added in 2016 and 26 in 2017 ) for a total of 151 initiatives.

Sandals Womens Reef Reef Gypsylove Reef Reef Womens Gypsylove Sandals Reef Gypsylove The status of each initiative is listed below and City Agencies continue to make progress towards completion. The list below is up to date as of 3/23/18.

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Year Five Initiatives

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ID# Agency Initiative Name Status
DOT
5.1 DOT Intensify street safety improvements in areas with high concentrations of senior citizens and senior pedestrian injuries Gypsylove Gypsylove Sandals Womens Reef Reef Reef Gypsylove Womens Reef Reef Sandals In progress
5.2 DOT Implement Bicycle Priority Districts to increase lane-mileage of bike lanes in areas with disproportionate KSIs relative to their infrastructure In progress
5.3 DOT Examine locations where pedestrians are killed on or near highways In progress
5.4 DOT Update Borough Pedestrian Safety Action Plan priority maps based on analysis of recent KSI data In progress
5.5 DOT Convene a working group to plan a Vision Zero-focused driver education program for under-25s In progress
5.6 DOT Use data analysis to proactively identify intersections at which new traffic signals are likely warranted In progress
NYPD
5.7 NYPD Expand outreach and enforcement program for intercity buses, charter buses, and commercial trucks In progress
5.8 NYPD Explore ways to increase the role of the neighborhood policing program into traffic strategy In progress
5.9 NYPD Evaluate and improve utilization of AC 19-190 In progress
5.11 NYPD Explore using NYPD auxiliary officers to manage pedestrians and effect positive change in driver’s behavior at intersections with notable crash/injury histories with the underlying goal of enhancing pedestrian and bicyclist safety In progress
5.12 NYPD Roll out NYPD Transportation Bureau Community Outreach Unit In progress
DCAS
5.13 DCAS Activate a Fleet Office of Real Time Tracking (FORT) to track the safety and utilization of City fleet units In progress
5.14 Sandals Sandals Womens Reef Reef Gypsylove Reef Gypsylove Reef Womens Reef Gypsylove DCAS Implement the first formal investments in new safety equipment as part of the Safe Fleet Transition Plan In progress
5.15 DCAS Reef Reef Gypsylove Gypsylove Reef Gypsylove Womens Reef Reef Sandals Sandals Womens Centralize administration of License Event Notification System through DCAS In progress
5.16 Reef Sandals Reef Sandals Gypsylove Reef Gypsylove Womens Gypsylove Womens Reef Reef DCAS Start posting stickers on City vehicles that encourage the public to call 311 if they see unsafe or problematic driving Gypsylove Reef Womens Reef Gypsylove Gypsylove Sandals Reef Womens Reef Reef Sandals In progress
5.17 DCAS Sandals Reef Gypsylove Reef Gypsylove Womens Womens Gypsylove Reef Reef Sandals Reef Expand current in-person training initiative under Vision Zero to include online and interactive virtual training In progress
TLC
5.18 TLC Develop Vision Zero driver training video for TLC licensees and integrate into TLC driver education In progress
5.19 TLC Offer licensees safety retraining in lieu of standard fines for certain moving violations In progress
5.21 TLC Enhance TLC field enforcement training to support Vision Zero efforts In progress
5.22 TLC Collaborate with advocates and large app-based bases on passenger and licensee outreach campaigns In progress
5.23 TLC Coordinate quarterly safety outreach campaigns to professional drivers In progress
DOHMH
5.24 DOHMH Reef Gypsylove Womens Womens Gypsylove Sandals Sandals Reef Reef Reef Gypsylove Reef Expand Prescribe-a-Bike pilot program to a second clinical partner In progress
5.25 DOHMH Expand data partnerships to enhance surveillance of traffic-related fatalities and injuries and to further identify populations at risk In progress
5.26 DOHMH Support equity-focused analyses of traffic-related data and dissemination of findings In progress
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5.27 BIC Educate school children about street safety around private garbage trucks Reef Gypsylove Reef Gypsylove Reef Womens Reef Womens Sandals Sandals Gypsylove Reef In progress
5.28 BIC Establish interagency collision review panel to review crashes involving a trade waste truck that resulted in a death or serious injury In progress
Reef Reef Reef Womens Sandals Reef Gypsylove Gypsylove Womens Sandals Reef Gypsylove 5.29 BIC Conduct outreach to workers in the trade waste industry In progress
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