Cincinnati Public Schools Adopts Vision Zero
The Cincinnati Public Schools Board of Education voted in September to become the first in the nation to adopt Vision Zero. The nationwide pedestrian-safety initiative is designed with the goal to "eliminate all traffic fatalities and severe injuries."
Last school year, 13 CPS students were hit by cars and 15-year-old Gabriella Rodriguez was killed on Harrison Avenue.
Joining Cincinnati Edition to discuss Vision Zero are Cincinnati Public Schools Board Member Mike Moroski; Downtown Pedestrian Task Force member Derek Bauman; and CPS students and Youth Pedestrian Safety Task Force co-chairs Madelyn Gerker and Jeremiah Thornton.
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