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Vision Zero Top Five Corridor Study

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In 2017, the City of Sacramento identified the five corridors in Sacramento with the highest numbers of fatal and serious crashes involving pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists.

The Vision Zero Top Five Corridor Study will analyze the factors that contribute to these corridors’ high crash rates.  Based on technical analysis, community input, and best practices in roadway safety and design, the study will identify improvements for each of these corridors that can be implemented in the near-term.



Click through the links below to learn about the project and provide comments here.

Project Overview

Marysville Boulevard collision data and recommendations

El Camino Avenue collision data and recommendations

Florin Road collision data and recommendations

South Stockton Boulevard collision data and recommendations

Broadway collision data and recommendations

North Stockton Boulevard collision data and recommendations 


Where are the top five corridors?

Each of the five corridors span about one mile.  The five corridors are shown on the map below.

Top Five Corridors Map

Marysville Boulevard
North Avenue to Arcade Boulevard 

El Camino Avenue
Del Paso Boulevard to the paved levee trail adjacent to Steelhead Creek 

Broadway / Stockton Boulevard
Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to 13th Avenue

South Stockton Boulevard
McMahon Drive to Patterson Way

Florin Road
24th Street to Munson Way

Project Schedule

Below is an anticipated schedule for the Vision Zero Top Five Corridor Study.



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    Previous Outreach

    In Fall 2018, the City of Sacramento Vision Zero team held a total of six pop-up events and two community workshops throughout the top five corridors. A summary for this first phase of outreach can be found below.

    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.


    Contact Leslie Mancebo
    Transportation Program Analyst
    (916) 808-5581