Countywide Vision Zero

The Contra Costa Transportation Authority is part of a collaboration with the county and its cities to develop a Vision Zero framework that supports safer travel for all residents in Contra Costa.

About Vision Zero

Vision Zero is a strategy to eliminate all fatalities and severe injuries that result from traffic collisions. The Vision Zero approach views transportation-related fatalities as preventable, not inevitable, and relies on multi-disciplinary collaboration that is informed by data and is focused on equity. To learn more about our Countywide Vision Zero framework, check out the How-To Guide and Toolbox documents below.

Read the How to Guide
Read the Toolbox

Why now?

Fatalities and severe injuries are 2.4x more likely than collisions involving only people in vehicles*
Pedestrians and cyclists account for 38% of injuries and fatalities on Contra Costa County Roads between 2008-2017*

* Transportation Injury Mapping System (TIMS), 2008-2017


  • Collect and review traffic safety data to identify trends, support local planning, and prioritize countywide efforts
  • Create a “How To” guide for local jurisdictions to implement Vision Zero and safety improvement projects consistently countywide.
  • Integrate Vision Zero as a standard practice in local and regional transportation planning and traffic operations


Please find Resolution No. 21-40-G (Rev 1) here
Below is a direct link to each Vision Zero website from our partner agencies: 

Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A)

Please find Round-1 implementation grant application dated September 15, 2022 here
Winning Grants Announcement dated February 1, 2023 here.
Funded: Antioch Bicycle Garden Project (Construction Phase)

Countywide Transportation Safety Action Plan

Please find more information and provide input here

Learn More

We’d love to hear from you! Reach out to our team to learn more and share your thoughts about our Vision Zero strategy.