Join us for a roundtable discussion and learn about Vision Zero and the push to increase safety on our roadways for all road users while eliminating all traffic-related severe injuries and fatalities. Seth LaJeunesse will share some statistics and discuss the Vision Zero movement. While Rachel Anderson will share how local programs all around the Triangle are asking pedestrians and bicyclists to do their part by using lights, wearing reflective gear, and ensuring, they are highly visible as we approach the end of daylight savings time.

Thursday, October 19 at 2pm


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Seth LaJeunesse is the Associate Director of Health and Community Sciences at the UNC Highway Safety Research Center (HSRC). His research draws on social and systems sciences to explore how to accelerate the implementation of safe, equitable, and healthy transportation infrastructure and policy. Seth serves as a member of the Pedestrian and Transportation Safety Management Systems Committees within the Transportation Research Board and consults with the National Safety Council and Smart Growth America on how to advance safe, equitable, and healthy transportation options for all.






Originally from Georgia, Rachel Anderson moved to Raleigh in May 2023 to pursue a career in the transportation sector. She currently works for the City of Raleigh’s TDM program, Commute Smart Raleigh, to help transition people from single-occupancy vehicles to alternate forms of transportation.” Commute Smart Raleigh has a long history of providing transportation outreach and educational resources to the residents of Raleigh, keeping them safe and reducing the number of single occupancy vehicles traveling the Triangle.  












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Recorded on February 10, 2022

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Recorded on July 29, 2021

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Recorded on August 25, 2022

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