Tell City Council to Fully Fund Vision Zero this Monday

This Monday, May 1, 2017, LA City Council's Budget and Finance Committee will hold a hearing on Mayor Garcetti's proposed 2017-18 city budget, including a close review of the proposed Transportation budget

While the Mayor's proposal does increase funding for Vision Zero, it doesn't go far enough. 

In fact, it falls about $63 million short from funding work needed to achieve Vision Zero's initial benchmark: a 20% reduction in traffic deaths by the end of 2017. 

Take Action!   

Dial-in to an info call this Friday, April 28, at 2pm, and then join us at City Hall on Monday morning, May 1, to speak up for fully funding Vision Zero in LA.

Los Angeles is the deadliest city for traffic crashes in the United States. Traffic collisions are the leading cause of death for children ages 5 to 14 in Los Angeles County.  

Our leaders need to hear it loud and clear: a public health crisis of this magnitude demands adequate funding. 
RSVP now for Friday's call (hosted by Investing in Place), and join us in person on Monday morning at City Hall. 

Hope to see you there!

PS: Can't be there on Monday? Contact the Budget & Finance Committee to voice your support for a robust, fully funded Vision Zero initiative in Los Angeles.  

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