The City of Minneapolis has joined the national Vision Zero movement to eliminate deaths and severe injuries on our streets. To reach this ambitious goal, we are working with people from across our community to develop an Action Plan for making our transportation network safe for everyone. When it comes to decisions about the way our streets look, feel, and operate, protecting human life will always be the top the priority.   

 Together, we can prevent severe injuries and deaths caused by traffic crashes.

About Vision Zero

It is unacceptable that people die and are severely injured on Minneapolis. The City Council adopted a Vision Zero commitment to reach zero by 2027.

Safety Data

An average of 11 people were killed and 84 experienced life-altering injuries each year on streets in Minneapolis. Vision Zero uses data to target improvements that will reduce crashes, save lives, and address inequities

A city of Minneapolis staffer answers questions from a woman in a headscarf while standing under a public works tent at a street fair in the summertime.

Action Plan

The City of Minneapolis is working with community members and agency partners to develop a Vision Zero Action Plan, which will set forward our path to eliminate severe injuries and deaths on our streets.