Vision Zero San Francisco - Page 13

Engineering Purpose: Implement treatments and redesign streets to reduce the frequency and severity of collisions for everyone using San Francisco’s streets. Outcomes: • • • Safer and more forgiving transportation network citywide using a data-driven approach and evidence-based solutions. Transparent platform to demonstrate faster and more effective project delivery Integration of technology to advance Vision Zero through private sector partnership and city Information and Technology and innovation staff Two Year Action Items Lead Agency Complete the 24 safety projects identified in SFMTA and Board of Participating Agency SFMTA, SFDPW Milestone Q1 2016 Supervisors Vision Zero resolutions Use High Injury Network map to: SFMTA SFDPH, SFDPW, Q1 2015 SFPUC, SFFD • Prioritize projects already identified and ensure they are scoped with appropriate safety treatments for all agencies • Identify gaps and design and implement safety projects • Further prioritization based on vulnerable road users, child and senior injuries,schools, housing for seniors and people with disabilities, and communities of concern Implement safety treatments along at least 13 miles of the High Injury SFMTA, SFDPW Q2 2015, Q2 2016 Network annually, including: • WalkFirst • Muni Forward along with supplemental safety interventions Implement universally beneficial treatments citywide (e.g. daylighting, SFMTA SFDPW Ongoing signal timing, high visibility crosswalks, and proper bus stop lengths) Report progress of capital projects which support Vision Zero on Vision Zero website SFMTA, SFDPW, SFDPH Q1 2015, ongoing Develop and publish list of key treatments including efficacy to better SFMTA Q2 2015 communicate engineering solutions, building on WalkFirst Implement project integration process and project delivery to ensure SFMTA, Planning SFDPW, SFPUC Q1 2015 SFMTA, SFDPW SFPUC Q3 2015 SFMTA, SFPUC Mayor’s Office Q2 2015 Q3 2015 SFMTA, SFPD, DA SFDPH Q2 2015 SFMTA, SFDPW Funding Working Group, Q2 2015 all projects are appropriately scoped with respect to safety Review coordinated projects at interagency director meeting to improve delivery time and reduce costs Complete Living Labs pilot and develop strategy to engage with private sector, specifically for developing and/or utilizing technology to advance goal of Vision Zero Develop collision evaluation process to identify opportunities for increased inter-departmental coordination including site investigation of severe and fatal collisions to review street design and ensure all critical information is captured Develop a funding strategy to institutionalize engineering activities which support Vision Zero including: Budget Office, Capital • Developing project menu as necessary Planning • Evaluate need for dedicating percentage of project budget to Committee finance safety countermeasures City and County of San Francisco 13