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Vision Zero School Safety Study

The School Safety Study will document conditions for students walking, bicycling, taking the bus, or being dropped off at 20 schools throughout the City. The completed study will include short-term and long-range recommendations including signing, pavement marking and traffic calming improvements. Recommendations may also include, where appropriate, lower school area speed limits on all eligible roadways.

Of the schools located on the Vision Zero High Injury Network (HIN), these 20 school sites were chosen based on the criteria below. More information about the HIN can be found in the Vision Zero Action Plan.

  • Schools were ranked based on the number of collisions within ¼ mile of the school site
  • Public and Public Charter schools were considered
  • Schools located directly adjacent to the Vision Zero Top 5 Corridors were excluded from this study, because they will be assessed as part of the Top 5 Corridors Project.

Which 20 schools?

The dots on the map correspond to the 20 schools that will be assessed.

Vision Zero School Safety Study Map

  • Inderkum High School
  • Garden Valley Elementary School
  • Natomas Gateways Middle School
  • Northwood Elementary School
  • Mustard Seed School
  • Smythe Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • The MET
  • William Land Elementary School
  • Washington Elementary School
  • Sutter Middle School
  • Sacramento Charter High School
  • Aspire Capitol Heights Academy
  • St. Hope Public School 7
  • Bret Harte Elementary School
  • Father Keith B. Kenny
  • Oak Ridge Elementary
  • West Campus High School
  • Earl Warren Elementary School
  • Las Flores High School
  • Capitol Collegiate Academy

 

Questions

Contact Leslie Mancebo
Transportation Program Analyst
LMancebo@cityofsacramento.org
(916) 808-5581

What is "Vision Zero"?

Vision Zero is a traffic safety philosophy that rejects the notion that traffic crashes are simply “accidents,” but instead are preventable incidents that can and must be systematically addressed. Learn more about how the City is committed to working together to create safe streets, and sign up to receive notifications about the City’s Vision Zero Program.