We all want safe streets. Despite that agreement, in the past few months, a 7-year-old girl was killed crossing the street in Avondale, a pregnant woman was killed by a driver on Reading Road, and a bicyclist was killed in Westwood & Bond Hill. While our aspirations of Vision Zero — a city with zero pedestrian or bike deaths — are right, our current approach is not working fast enough. Our streets are designed for cars to speed through rather than for people. That needs to change to save lives.

As someone who has been in the trenches working on…

Mark Jeffreys

Dad/husband, entrepreneur/builder, former P&G executive, non-profit founder, dancer, mason, son of immigrant, and lover of parks, the arts, Cincinnati, & travel

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