The City of Brighton is now actively making upgrades around the community following the input it received from the Vision Zero survey conducted earlier this year. Vision Zero is a new initiative in Brighton aimed at eliminating all traffic fatalities and severe injuries while increasing safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all residents and visitors.
The city sent out a survey back in May asking residents to help identify and prioritize strategies to improve traffic safety in Brighton. After receiving a large number of survey responses from community members, city staff is working diligently to implement the recommended changes.
In addition, Public Works staff is currently replacing and installing upgraded signs in school zones and surrounding areas and parents can expect to see crews continuing to upgrade these signs throughout the school year at various schools in Brighton, with assistance from School District 27J.
The City of Brighton thanks all the residents who participated in the recent Vision Zero survey.
Any questions related to this project can be sent to Michael Woodruff, Director of Public Works, at firstname.lastname@example.org.