Adopt Vision Zero in Dripping Springs

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How safe are the streets of Dripping Springs?

Since 2010, 4 people have died on Dripping Springs streets, while another 40 people have suffered life-altering, debilitating injuries– 44 people whose lives have either been taken or impacted forever because of an unsafe transportation system. Worst of all, we could have prevented this. We still can.

The City of Dripping Springs must join the growing safety movement in the region and the rest of Texas. Our children, our families, and our fellow citizens all deserve access to a safe transportation system. Already, the cities of Austin, Houston, San Antonio, and Laredo have chosen to save lives by adopting Vision Zero. We must launch Vision Zero in Dripping Springs, so that we can start making meaningful goals and smart strategies to fulfill a future free of needless traffic deaths and injuries.

We are asking the leadership of Dripping Springs– Mayor Purcell and our Council Members– to step up and prioritize our safety by committing to end traffic deaths and serious injuries across Dripping Springs.

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