Thank you to all who came out to show support for making our streets safer and to honor all those we’ve lost to road crashes. Mayor Steven Fulop, Bike JC, city engineer and planner and all the concerned residents and family members, we appreciate your support. Read more here.
Join us on 4/19 from 6:30-8pm at City Hall to learn about the development of the JC Walks Pedestrian Enhancement Plan and draft recommendations for making Jersey City streets safer and more appealing for walking. This is based on the Walkability Workshops held last fall. We look forward to hearing the City’s plan for making our […]
We’re happy to have our advocacy efforts spotlighted in the NY Times’ recent article on the need for Vision Zero in Jersey City. Let’s continue to keep the bright spotlight on the urgency of improving safety for all on our roads.
The new Vision Zero Task force, established by the recent Executive Order from Mayor Fulop, held its first quarterly meeting in March, 2018. Bringing together key government, organizational and community stakeholders to begin crafting an Action Plan to bring our traffic deaths to ZERO by 2026. In a commitment to a full process utilizing best practices […]
MAYOR FULOP SIGNS FIRST VISION ZERO PLAN IN STATE OF NJ Safe Streets JC celebrates a big step forward for traffic safety with Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop’s Feb. 9th signing of an Executive Order committing Jersey City to Vision Zero, an action plan to eliminate traffic deaths by 2026 and greatly reduce the number […]
Please join us for Safe Streets JC’s event recognizing World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, the annual international UN recognized day of commemoration of those lives lost on our roads. In Jersey City, we have lost 13 lives this year alone. We are gathering to honor all of these lives, comfort the families […]
Our JC Mayoral Streets Forum was such a great success, that we’re partnering with our allies at Bike JC to do this again for the run-off council seat race. All of our Council members must work together to make true Complete Streets and Vision Zero a reality city-wide – it’s crucial we elect people to […]
The results are in! 28 of the 34 Candidates running for all 7 City Council Seats this Nov. 7th have given us their views on what they would do to improved traffic safety – especially for pedestrians and cyclists – if they are elected. We worked with our friends at Bike JC to create the survey […]
Due to our advocacy and efforts, the City of Jersey City has launched a new page on their website outlining their new commitment to Traffic Safety as a top priority. The site is an overview of the current projects and those in the pipeline that have come out of the Traffic Safety Working Group that Safe Streets […]