Do you have a Vision Zero story to tell? Share it with the Denver Vision Zero Coalition!

by Jessica Vargas on September 28, 2017

Introducing “Vision Zero Stories”

As Vision Zero continues to gain more attention in Denver, the Denver Vision Zero Coalition wants to share the stories of Denver traffic crash victims as a reminder of why the goal of zero fatalities or serious injuries on our streets is the right goal for our city. No one should die or suffer serious injuries just trying to get around Denver. The Vision Zero Stories series will serve as both a heartfelt tribute and powerful storytelling tool in ensuring that steps are taken to eliminate preventable traffic crashes here in Denver.

We are inviting Denverites who have been affected by traffic crashes to share their stories and help raise awareness of the human costs of unsafe streets. Submissions in any medium are welcome (narrative, poetry, song, video, photo collage, drawing, painting, etc.) and should convey the values of Vision Zero. If you would like to share your story about how a traffic fatality or serious injury has affected your life, please visit the Vision Zero Stories web page to send us your submission.

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