1.35 million people die on roads worldwide each year. This public health crisis has extensive social, economic, and human impacts faced by cities around the world.
This session brings together experts from the across the globe to showcase how their programs, projects, and policies around safer street design have helped their cities and regions save lives. Supported by the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety, panelists will provide examples from both developed and emerging economies that will elaborate on how streets can change through collective vision, decisions, and action.
Session Format: Verbal Presentations & Small Group Discussions