Your city needs Vision Zero
Every City, Every County, Every Life
Together, we can end traffic deaths in Texas
In May 2019, the Texas Transportation Commission gave the Texas Department of Transportation a goal to cut traffic deaths in half by 2035 and end traffic deaths in Texas by 2050.

Ten people die on an average day in the Texas transportation system. We need every elected official at every level of government to include ending this epidemic as a top priority.

Every city, county, metropolitan planning organization, and transportation agency in Texas needs to adopt responsible goals and action plans to end traffic deaths and serious injuries.
Ask your local elected officials to adopt Vision Zero
We are asking the leaders of every city, every county, every metropolitan planning organization, and every transportation agency in Texas to adopt goals and action plans to end traffic deaths.

We are starting with every city in the Austin region.

Click on your city in the list below to send a letter to your Mayor and Council Members.


Click on your county in the list below to send a letter to your County Judge and County Commissioners.

We're looking for leaders in every city, every county, and every MPO
Three people can change a city or a county or a whole metropolitan region. We are looking for dedicated volunteers to focus on getting a local government to adopt Vision Zero. Farm&City will supply research, data, training, and materials, but you need to go to city hall, to the county commissioners court meetings, or the MPO policy board meetings and ask for them to center safety in all transportation decisions.

And then you need to go back again. And bring some more friends. And get people to participate in a letter writing campaign. We're going to keep working on this until every city, every county, and every MPO in Texas has adopted a goal to end traffic deaths and serious injuries.

Sign up to be a leader for your local jurisdiction