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[Webinar] Designing for Road Safety

Each year, 1.2 million people die from traffic fatalities. Streets need to be designed to offer safe and sustainable mobility choices for all. In this webinar, we heard from international experts who are using street design to reduce traffic crashes and fatalities. Presenters discussed road user vulnerability, Vision Zero, and a number of other topics.


Series 4.1


What is a vulnerable user?
Prof. Frank Ding, China Program Manager, Global Road Safety Partnership, China

Building safe streets in Fortaleza
Dante Rosado, Initiative Coordinator for Fortaleza, Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety, Fortaleza, Brazil

Vision Zero Network – Cities advocating for Safer Streets
 Kathleen Ferrier, Policy & Communications Director, Vision Zero Network, San Francisco, USA



Series 4.2


What is a vulnerable user?
Judy Fleiter, Global Manager, Global Road Safety Partnership, Geneva, Switzerland

Pasos Seguros Program
Dhyana Quintanar Solares, CEO of Nexity,  former head of the Authority of Public Space and General Director of Transportation Planning of Mexico City, Mexico
Erik Cisneros Chávez, Projects Subdirector, Agency of Urban Management of Mexico City, Mexico

Advocating for road safety
 Paul Steely White, Executive Director, Transportation Alternatives, New York City, USA

For more information regarding the webinar or suggestions regarding themes and topics you would like to see covered by our global panelists., write to us at [email protected]

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