Vision Zero San Francisco - Page 16

Evaluation Analysis & Monitoring Purpose: Monitor and analyze collision data to identify causal factors and high injury locations. Evaluate the impact of Engineering, Enforcement, Education and Policy efforts and provide recommendations for refinement. Coordinate with Subcommittees, City agencies and community stakeholders to ensure accuracy, relevance, and efficiency of data systems and reporting. Outcomes: • Comprehensive, timely transportation injury surveillance and analysis to inform targeted investments • Coordinate current data being shared to inform Vision Zero investments to address risk factors at the • • highest injury locations Monitoring and evaluation to assess impact of initiatives and overall progress towards Vision Zero goals Web-based data sharing and tracking systems to increase transparency and accountability Two Year Action Items Lead Agency Participating Agency Milestone Institutionalize and continue to expand the capacity of TransBASESF .org* as the SFDPH SFMTA, SF Planning, SFDPW, Ongoing central repository of monitoring, evaluation, and injury data in support of Vision Zero. Train key staff on TransBASESF .org and customize data and SFCTA, SFDPW, SFPUC SFDPH interface to support Vision Zero monitoring, evaluation and analysis. Pilot a comprehensive Transportation-related Injury Surveillance System (TISS**) SFMTA, SFDPW, Ongoing SF Planning SFDPH SFMTA, SFPD, SFFD Q4 2015 and integrate findings into TransBASESF .org. Expand Pedestrian Strategy metrics to include all modes for Vision Zero monitoring SFDPH, SFMTA Q1 2015 and report annually Implement targeted evaluation of key Vision Zero Engineering, Education, and SFDPH Education (Q1 2015) Controller’s Office, SFDPW, Engineering (Q2 2015) SFCTA Enforcement initiatives. SFMTA, SFPD, Enforcement (Q3 2015) Controller’s Office Q1 2015 – Q3 2015 Develop a web-based system to post Vision Zero monitoring data, including timely SFDPH, SFMTA, reporting of fatalities and annual reporting of other key metrics. SFDPW Demonstrate TransBASE and online tools at public meetings related to Vision Zero SFDPH SFMTA Ongoing SFDPH SFMTA Q1 2015 SFDPH SFMTA Ongoing SFDPH Funding Work Group Q2 2015 to increase public knowledge of and access to those tools and obtain feedback regarding how to improve. Develop High Injury Corridor/Network map(s) that address severe/fatal injuries for all transportation modes Continue to update High Injury Corridor maps that inform the prioritization of Vision Zero initiatives. Develop a funding strategy to institutionalize future evaluation and monitoring needs which support Vision Zero including developing menu of needs as necessary for grants and other funding opportunities * TransBASESF .org: SFDPH has developed TransBASESF .org as an open platform database linking all transportation injury related data from multiple agencies with community and environmental factors with a goal of being the central repository of this information for the city. ** TISS: SFDPH with SFGH and Trauma Center is developing a comprehensive Transportation-related Injury Surveillance System to conduct accurate and timely monitoring of transportation-related injuries and inform the evaluation of specific interventions. The creation of this database will vastly expand the City’s capacity to analyze the causes, costs, and consequences of transportation-related injuries. 16 Vision Zero Two-Year Action Strategy