Bay Area Vision Zero Working Group

Two cyclists in San Francisco at a stop sign.

The Vision Zero Working Group is a Metropolitan Transportation Commission-led panel of Bay Area officials working toward a shared goal of making the region’s streets safer for everyone, especially pedestrians and bicyclists. Members come from cities, counties, transit agencies, universities and advocacy groups.

The group had its first meeting February 17, 2021 and likely will meet quarterly thereafter.

For assistance, please contact Shruti Hari at or Bryan Redmond at

Tricks & Tools for Implementing Complete Streets Forum

The forum highlights best practices from around the region on how to implement Complete Streets.