Diving into 2021 with a Safety Resolution & NEW Safety Resources! 

Rose Park Neighborhood Association Chalk Art Street Activation

SCAG’s Go Human campaign is welcoming 2021 with renewed commitments to equity, mobility, and transportation safety with the adoption of the Toward Zero Deaths resolution by the Regional Council on Feb. 4, 2021. The resolution provides a framework for reducing fatalities and serious injuries across the SCAG region in Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura counties.

The Toward Zero Deaths resolution establishes a safety target of 3.5% annual reductions in fatalities and serious injuries to reach the goal of zero by 2050. SCAG will work toward this goal by adopting a Regional Safety Policy, affirming commitments to equity and data-driven approaches, and encouraging partner agencies to develop Toward Zero Death policies.

To support SCAG’s commitment to safety across the region, Go Human is excited to announce the following 2021 safety strategies and resources! 

  • 2021 Mini-Grants Program – Go Human will launch its third round of Mini-Grants for community-based organizations and community leaders this spring! Stay tuned for more info.
  • Local Media Campaigns with our Affordable Housing Sustainable Communities (AHSC) Partners – Go Human will partner with up to 11 new affordable housing partners to plan advertisements that will foster walking and biking in and around the new developments.
  • Co-branded Safety Messaging – Tailored to jurisdictions and partner agencies, Go Human provides no cost artwork and printing delivered to your community. You can request materials now using the Materials Request Form.
  • Safety Ambassador Cohort Program – Starting this spring, this participatory and experiential planning and leadership development series will convene three cohorts of 20 ambassadors in the counties of Imperial, San Bernardino, and Ventura to participate in six virtual leadership sessions and carry out local, creative, and engaging safety activations.
  • Sub Regional Safety Forums – Launching in May, join us for a series of 12 community-informed virtual sessions for stakeholders and practitioners addressing traffic safety.

Stay tuned as more information about these opportunities becomes available! Please reach out to carrasquillo@scag.ca.gov for information or resources.  

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